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“The impressionistic portrait that emerges is of a complex man who combined swagger and spiky cool with deep insecurity, neediness and image-consciousness. ‘How could the guy who had the best job in the world, who seemed so cool and was so smart, in some ways so sophisticated — how could he do this?’ said Leerhsen. He said his account of Bourdain, flaws and all, serves as a corrective to many profiles that are fawning. ‘I don’t get the people who say, Don’t tell me. I want to remember him a certain way,’ he said. ‘I was curious. If you’re not curious like I was, then God bless you, you know?'”

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