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Ever since he discovered Maugham, Greene and others, Rudy Ravindra wanted to be a writer. His near and dear told him to forget his pipe dream, go into a profession where he could earn a decent living. So, he became a scientist. Retired, now he is writing all the time, harassing hapless editors of on-line magazines. He is pleasantly surprised that a few editors accepted his prose.


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