“High Fidelity” by Nick Hornby

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“The shop smelled of stale smoke, damp, and plastic dust covers, and it’s narrow and dingy and dirty and overcrowded, partially because that’s what I wanted–that is what record shops should look like, and only Phil Collins’s fans bother with those that look as clean and wholesome as a suburban habitat–and partly because I can’t get it together to clean or redecorate it.”

“But tonight, I have to confess (but only to myself, obviously) that maybe, given the right set of particular, freakish unrepeatable circumstances, it’s not what you like, but what you’re like, that’s important.”

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