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Because I had goodwill for all, I thought all were my friends; and then I learned of treachery, that some preferred my end. A glorious day, the one I learned the meaning of the word. It's good to know my enemies, though their reasons are absurd.
American novelist, poet, essayist, actress and inventor whose novel Flight introduced "quantum fiction" to literary shelves, and poetry launched on a NASA spaceship to Mars.
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