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April 30, 2007

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Jane Heil

This is a very interesting interview with Stephen Pascal. I think he has done a wonderful thing by editing and publishing Leo Lerman's huge trove of diaries. I also was an assistant to Mr. Lerman five or six years before Stephen Pascal; like everyone, I was dazzled by him and found him mysterious: he had all these amazing friendships, but even though I knew it, I still almost couldn't believe it.
How great that even ten percent, or much less, actually, of Lerman's life is on the page.
J. Heil

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