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But in relationships, all that energy and boredom and lashing out when I’m not engaged is a pretty tragic flaw.
Olson is a man possessed, a man whose curiosity is his tragic flaw, a man whose brain went to Harvard but whose heart never progressed past being nine years old and lied to, a lanky, loquacious loner with an ax to grind.
Defiance, in Mr Eig’s telling, was Ali’s defining feature and his tragic flaw.
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