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June 29, 2010

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I had a crush on Hawthorne because he was the cutest in my pack of "Authors" card game. Well, I was only 7.

I think I would have loved that card game!

Herman Melville had a big crush on Hawthorne, too. And I agree, he was quite handsome and crushable.

My crush, which lasted for many years, was on Poe. He was so sexy in this dark, bad boy way.

Laura, I forgot that about Melville, but yes indeed he did!
Stacey, Poe is definitely bad boy hot. Yep.

Wonderful essay. I know just what you mean!

Do tell, Robin, do tell!

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