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“After getting into Peterborough earlier,” she told the crowd. “I was brought to [professor] Molly Bythe’s home – her living room, the place where she held her seminars. And I was sitting in the chair where I used to sit for class, with the same tea mug that I used back then. And it became crystal clear for me. It was what I learned about language in Molly’s class – what I learned about theory – that ultimately shaped my methodology as a writer.”