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Sister in a glass house

The good news is that her brother is a famous writer. The bad news is that David Sedaris keeps putting his family in his stories even though his sister Tiffany prefers her privacy.

By Jina Moore
Globe Correspondent / August 15, 2004

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Tiffany Sedaris yanks a saucepan out of her freezer and plops it on the floor. Eight ice cubes slosh in a couple quarts of water. She wraps her right hand in a paper towel, reaches into her oven and slowly pulls out a slab of glass. It's asymmetrical, 8 inches wide at its widest, 2 inches thick, and a foot ... (Full Article: 1877 Words)

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