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@jothamist bought this for me at Black Cat Books. (I’m not reading into it.)
It was published in 1930 and the opening essay was reprinted from Vanity Fair. (Thesis: “The trouble with Suicides today, as I see it, is that they are committed by the wrong people.”) I think I’ll opt for Way #21: Suicide by Means of Excessive Longevity. (“And now, last but not least, we arrive at the most popular form of suicide—death by excessive longevity of life. This almost universal method of terminating one’s existence is doubtless the most painful, vexatious, and unsatisfactory of all varieties of suicide.”)

@jothamist bought this for me at Black Cat Books. (I’m not reading into it.)

It was published in 1930 and the opening essay was reprinted from Vanity Fair. (Thesis: “The trouble with Suicides today, as I see it, is that they are committed by the wrong people.”) I think I’ll opt for Way #21: Suicide by Means of Excessive Longevity. (“And now, last but not least, we arrive at the most popular form of suicide—death by excessive longevity of life. This almost universal method of terminating one’s existence is doubtless the most painful, vexatious, and unsatisfactory of all varieties of suicide.”)

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