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Truman Capote

“Yes: but aren't love and marriage notoriously synonymous in the minds of most women? Certainly very few men get the first without promising the second: love, that is--if it's just a matter of spreading her legs, almost any woman will do that for nothing.”


Truman Capote, Summer Crossing
tags: love, marriage, women
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