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Ian McEwan
“Finally he spoke the three simple words that no amount of bad art or bad faith can every quite cheapen. She repeated them, with exactly the same slight emphasis on the second word, as though she were the one to say them first. He had no religious belief, but it was impossible not to think of an invisible presence or witness in the room, and that these words spoken aloud were like signatures on an unseen contract.”
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Jonathan Safran Foer
“Why didn't he say goodbye?
I gave myself a bruise.
Why didn't he say 'I love you'?”
Jonathan Safran Foer, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close

Ian McEwan
“But how to do feelings? All very well to write "She felt sad", or describe what a sad person might do, but what of sadness itself, how was that put across so it could be felt in all its lowering immediacy? Even harder was the threat, or the confusion of feeling contradictory things.”
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“They learned to hate her unknowability, her untouchability, the collage of her.”
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The more you love someone, he came to think, the harder it is to tell them. It surprised him that strangers didn't stop each other on the street to say I love you.
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