"Loss is loss, and nothing is gained by calling it by a nicer name. My nights are intriguing; but I could do without them."
December 29, 2009 9:46 PM Subscribe
"This cockroach-like existence is cumulatively intolerable even though on any given night it is perfectly manageable." Tony Judt, in the advanced stages of ALS (aka motor neurone disease) begins a series of short pieces for the New York Review of Books with a reflection on how he spends his unmoving nights.
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