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Finn was a beautiful orphan. H was a prep school misfit. On a
September afternoon many years ago they met on a beach on the coast
of England, near the ancient fisherman's hut Finn was squatting in
with his woodstove, a case of books, a striped blanket and a cat. H
insinuates his way into Finn's life--his blazing wood fires and
fishing expeditions. Their friendship deepens, offering H the
freedom and human connection that has always eluded him. But all
too soon the idyll of their relationship is shaken by a
"What I Was" is the unforgettable story of H at the end of his life
looking back on this friendship, which has shaped and obsessed him
for nearly a century.
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