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The English American The English American by Alison Larkin
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“Who are these people sharing the street with me? What is going on in their worlds, inside their heads? Are they in love? If so, is it the kind that Mum and Dad have? Based on having things in common, like raspberry picking and a love of dogs, and Shakespeare, and long country walks? Or is it the knock-you-out, eat-you-up, set-you-on-fire kind of love that I have longed for-and avoided-all my life?”
Alison Larkin, The English American
“I, on the other hand, interrupt people because my thoughts fly out of my mouth. My handbag's full of rubbish. And I want to do something that matters with my life. Right now I'd like to write plays, sing in musicals, and/or rid the world of poverty, violence, cruelty, and right-wing conservative politics.”
Alison Larkin, The English American
“Longevity-and sanity. Eccentric old ladies on Harleys I can deal with.”
Alison Larkin, The English American
“So, if there are any couples here this evening having a secret extramarital affair, I encourage you to breed.”
Alison Larkin, The English American

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