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"long and slow" Jun 27, 2014 12:52AM


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The thing that's between us is fascination, and the fascination resides in our being alike. Whether you're a man or a woman, the fascination resides in finding out that we're alike.Marguerite Duras
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But what is the heart, madame? It's worth less than people think. it's quite accommodating, it accepts anything. You give it whatever you have, it's not very particular. But the body... Ha! That's something else again! It has a cultivated taste, as they say, it knows what it wants. A heart doesn't choose, and one always ends up by loving.Colette
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Praj is reading The Gift of Rain: Who can look back and truly say all his memories are happy ones? To have memories, happy or sorrowful, is a blessing, for it shows we have lived our lives without reservation. Do you not agree?

What is it with Tan Twan Eng words? First it consumes me with the sophistication of Aritomo’s ‘horimono’ and now the solemnity of Endo-san’s Nagamitsu sword.
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Hard Rain Falling by Don Carpenter
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first day of class he gave us a list of qualities we'd potentially possess as adults.
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“I know exactly what I'm doing, but I just can't stop. That's my greatest weakness.”
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“When you get used to that kind of life - of never having anything you want - then you stop knowing what it is you want.”
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“So called art films. Movies like that never explained what was going on. Explanations were rejected as some kind of evil that could only destroy the films "reality".”
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“We are surrounded by story.”
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2011 Reading Challenge
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