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George Harrison: And Life Flows On

Ira Robbins,, 3 December 2001

HE COULD HAVE BEEN Charles Dickens' idea of a rock star, a dry-witted gentleman whose faith, and fate, left him isolated but satisfied, living his own way, rejecting society's expectations and expecting precious little of the world other than to be left alone with his money. And what was the chance of that?

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