WHO AM I?
Here are the rules. Here is the excerpt of the week:
The following year, in fifth grade, my own breasts began to develop. I discovered it while sitting on the edge of my bed in my underwear. There was a pain, or throb in my breasts, something that called me to them. With a fat dirty-nailed finger I rubbed and prodded until I found a large sore nut underneath the thin skin of each nipple. I called my sister in, she was fourteen, a flat-chested gymnast, on the precipice of anorexia.
“What’s this?” I asked, and I pushed her finger onto one nob.
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Last week: Naguib Mahfouz, author of the Cairo Trilogy.