Amy Tan is deep in thought.
Look at that picture. She's thinking thoughts that you and I can't even fathom. She will write those thoughts down and we will be astonished.
Amy Tan probably understands what the title of her novel, Saving Fish from Drowning, means. All I can think is, "Fish can actually drown? But, but... how?!"
Amy Tan undoubtedly has a deeper meaning in mind, and I have been staring at her Author Trading Card for two hours, 17 minutes, and 53 seconds... no, 54... wait, 55... anyway, long enough to realize I won't discern the truth of her meaning from this card alone.
But you might.
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