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Unformatted text preview: too happy that she left medicine. In fact, I was as astonished as if somebody had said, 'The world ends today at three o'clock.' I didn't believe it all, until Rowan herself told me over and over." "I remember. She called you often last fall. She was very concerned about your disapproval." It was said mildly like everything else. "She wanted your advice on the creation of Mayfair Medical. She was sure that when you realized she was serious about the center you would understand why she was no longer practicing, that there was a great deal involved." "Then you are a friend of hers, aren't you? I mean not this Tala- masca necessarily, but you." "I think I was her friend. I may have failed her. I don't know. Maybe she failed me." There was a hint of bitterness to it, maybe even anger. Then the man smiled pleasantly again. "I have to confess something to you, Mr. Lightner," said Lark, "I thought this Mayfair Medical was a pipe dream. Rowan caught me off guard. But I'...
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2010 for the course WRITING 220.200 taught by Professor Julie during the Spring '10 term at Johns Hopkins.
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