«And to make that even more unavoidable, running down the middle of every building from top to bottom like an umbilical cord, connecting every flat, was a ventilation shaft that amplified each sound and smell and drama» (p. 27).
«Cournoyer’s injured back, which had taken away his speed and joy, wouldn’t be getting better, and so he retired» (p. 213).
Ken Dryden, Scotty. A Hockey Life Like no Other, Toronto, McClelland & Stewart, 2019, viii/383 p. Ill.
P.-S.—L’Oreille tendue a présenté ce texte le 4 novembre 2019.
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