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The Persistence of Yellow by Monique Duval
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Read in September, 2000, read count: 100

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“She woke up and realized she had forgotten the definition of the word ‘impossible.’ She decided it must not have been that important.”
Monique Duval, The Persistence of Yellow: A Book of Recipes for Life

“What do angels look like? I saw one today wering gaudy jewelry, spoke with a thick Spanish accent, quoted 'Chakespeare.' She said, 'All the world's a stage and sometimes you just gotta roll with los punches.”
Monique Duval, The Persistence of Yellow: A Book of Recipes for Life

“Last night at Bingo, Sylvia won the last prize. 'What am I going to do with a mermaid?"
"Learn to swim in the murkiest water, reinvent yourself," the mermaid said #149”
Monique Duval, The Persistence of Yellow: A Book of Recipes for Life


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