To what did David Sedaris, in Me Talk Pretty One Day, first compare his therapist?
At the very beginning of Me Talk Pretty One Day, author David Sedaris describes his initial encounter during the fifth grade with an individual who would quickly come to have a major impact on his young life -- his speech therapist. Sedaris' active imagination, hardly unique among fifth grade boys, has conjured up images of himself as a spy operating in a repressive society akin to countries run by dictatorial...
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