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She's gone, but Alice is with him more than ever

By David Mehegan
Globe Staff / January 27, 2007

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Calvin Trillin's "About Alice," his short tribute to his wife, who died in 2001, is funny and hasn't a maudlin note. Heartache is mostly out of sight, and he doesn't play for sympathy. He doesn't even mention the date of her death, of cardiac arrest in a New York hospital: Sept. 11, 2001. She was 63. Still it's hard to ... (Full article: 1158 words)

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