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Ambrose, Patterson

I don’t know how representative of the rest of Ambrose’s work these two chapters are but I found them incredibly cheesy and not very well written. The part in the first chapter, “and what the men thought was what counted. / That, and their friendship.” Reminded me of a bad joke from a preteen movie. The fact that this was a transition into a new paragraph and in no way ironic was worrisome. Then the second chapter was the equivalent of a summary of a group of friends facebook interactions with each other. There were some moments I felt were well written but over all I found these two chapters over dramatic and generally boring.

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