“If I had a clear sense of where I’m headed (when I start a book), I would end up closing lots of doors,” said writer Malcolm Gladwell.
“If I had a clear sense of where I’m headed (when I start a book), I would end up closing lots of doors,” said writer Malcolm Gladwell. Bill Wadman
“If I had a clear sense of where I’m headed (when I start a book), I would end up closing lots of doors,” said writer Malcolm Gladwell. Bill Wadman

Between the Lines: Malcolm Gladwell shines a light on hidden stories

February 12, 2016 04:21 PM

UPDATED February 16, 2016 08:48 AM

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