At 23:12 exactly, Thomas Gray sat on the window seat in Nyhavn 18 and watched the pedestrians below Swedes carrying tote bags loaded with wine walked in groups toward the last ferry of the evening to Malmoe. When Thomas finally turned around, the ghost of Hans Christian Andersen was sitting in the corner next to her. His back was to the desk. He had a scissors in his hand and an enormous piece of paper in his lap. He was busy making the kind of paper cutting children make when they fold a sheet many times and make incisions at random.
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