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The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald
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A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by James Joyce
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Richard Hanson is on page 602 of 980 of Ulysses: the book ends at 729. the rest (250 pgs) are notes
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“You know i don't like you, right?"
"You've made that very clear, yes." said Magwich.
"Well" Charles continued, "whenever we've met, you've demonstrated all the qualities i don't want to have. And I try to better myself so I don't become like you. So in a way..."
"My bad example is making you a better person?" finished Magwich.
"something like that." said Charles. "If it wasn't for people like you, I don't think I would try so hard. And honestly, you're the worst i've ever encountered."
"Oh, you're just saying that." said Magwich.
"No, I really mean it.”
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“He wondered whether home was a thing that happened to a place after a while, or if it was something that you found in the end, if you simply walked and waited and willed it long enough.”
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Lili St. Crow
“I was always holding onto people, and they were always leaving.”
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“I know absolutely nothing about where I'm going. I'm fine with that. I'm happy about it. Before, I had nothing. I had no life, no friends, and no family really, and I didn't really care. I had nothing, and nothing to lose, and then I knew loss. What I cared about was gone; it was all lost. Now I have everything to gain; everything is a clean slate. It's all blank pages waiting to be written on. It's all about going forward. It's all about uncertainty and possibilities.”
Gregory Galloway, As Simple as Snow

James A. Owen
“Interesting doesn't always equal practical, but being practical is always less interesting.”
James A. Owen, The Shadow Dragons

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