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A Sicilian Romance by Ann Radcliffe
A Sicilian Romance
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First Ann Radcliffe book I've read. I have heard so much about this author especially through Jane Austen Northanger Abbey and I was looking forward to reading it. I have to say, I enjoyed this novel a lot and can see how the author help set it motio...more
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Charlotte Brontë
“I would always rather be happy than dignified.”
Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre

Tom Rachman
“What I really fear is time. That's the devil: whipping us on when we'd rather loll, so the present sprints by, impossible to grasp, and all is suddenly past, a past that won't hold still, that slides into these inauthentic tales. My past- it doesn't feel real in the slightest. The person who inhabited it is not me. It's as if the present me is constantly dissolving. There's that line from Heraclitus: 'No man steps in the same river twice, for it is not the same river and he is not the same man.' That's quite right. We enjoy this illusion of continuity, and we call it memory. Which explains, perhaps, why our worst fear isn't the end of life but the end of memories.”
Tom Rachman, The Imperfectionists

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