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“It has always been a great comfort to me that I could bring a book anywhere, to any place. To any part of my life.”
Anton DiSclafani, The Yonahlossee Riding Camp for Girls

“I was a girl, I learned, who got what she wanted, but not without sadness, not without cutting a swath of destruction so wide it consumed my family. I almost fell into it, with them. I almost lost myself.”
Anton DiSclafani, The Yonahlossee Riding Camp for Girls

“In the end, the details weren’t about beauty or status. They never had been, for me. They were about feeling at home in the world. And Joan hated these details. She thought my existence relentlessly tedious. What she couldn’t see was that the details were life. That was how you loved someone: every day, without fail, over and over.”
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