Alan Lightman

“In another house, a man sits alone at his table, laid out for two. Ten years ago, he sat here across from his father, was unable to say that he loved him, searched through the years of his childhood for some moment of closeness, remembered the evenings that silent man sat alone with his book, was unable to say that he loved him, was unable to say that he loved him.”


Alan Lightman, Einstein's Dreams
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Einstein's Dreams Einstein's Dreams by Alan Lightman
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