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Edie Sedgwick

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I don't think Edie had ever given up on a regular, on at least the concept of having a regular, easygoing kind of life. Although it might have been a little out of her reach, she would emulate that …It was like she could see, just out of her reach, she could see how it could have been her, what she could offer, the fine quality of thought that she was capable of.
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Jeff Briggs, as quoted in Edie : Girl On Fire (2006) by David Weisman and Melissa Painter

 
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