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Deconstructionist-turned-populist Daniel Libeskind is apparently marketing his memoirs under the working title Foundations of Optimism.

'He's doing a memoir because he's led an extraordinarily interesting life and people are always asking him to talk about, ' his agent Scott Mendel tells the New York Post, adding: 'It's going to be a solid memoir for the general reader. It's not going to be experimental or avant-garde.' Anyone who remembers Danny's last slim gnomic volume, Fishing for the Pavement, can breathe a sigh of relief.

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