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“Besides, who would think of marrying a mothball? A question my mother put to me often, later, in other forms.”
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“His whole future seemed suddenly to be unrolled before him; and passing down its endless emptiness he saw the dwindling figure of a man to whom nothing was ever to happen.”
Edith Wharton, The Age of Innocence

Milan Kundera
“He suddenly recalled from Plato's Symposium: People were hermaphrodites until God split then in two, and now all the halves wander the world over seeking one another. Love is the longing for the half of ourselves we have lost.”
Milan Kundera, The Unbearable Lightness Of Being

John Banville
“This is the only way another creature can be known: on the surface, that's where there is depth.”
John Banville, The Book of Evidence

Edith Wharton
“Something he knew he had missed: the flower of life. But he thought of it now as a thing so unattainable and improbable that to have repined would have been like despairing because one had not drawn the first prize in a lottery.”
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