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Kathleen Glasgow
“I remember the stars that night. They were like salt against the sky, like someone spilled the shaker against very dark cloth. That mattered to me, their accidental beauty.”
Kathleen Glasgow, Girl in Pieces

Krystal Sutherland
“We must all face the choice between what is right and what is easy, Grace. Reading Harry Potter is what is right.”
Krystal Sutherland, Our Chemical Hearts

Jojo Moyes
“Sometimes she wondered how it were possible to be so far from the sea and still feel as if she were drowning.”
Jojo Moyes, Foreign Fruit

“The Plight

Virginia Woolf put stones in her pocket
and wandered off into the sea.
My mother always said
I have rocks in my head
I wonder what will become of me?”
Pamela August Russell

Anton Chekhov
“A man who under the influence of mental pain or unbearably oppressive suffering sends a bullet through his own head is called a suicide; but for those who give freedom to their pitiful, soul-debasing passions in the holy days of spring and youth there is no name in man's vocabulary. After the bullet follows the peace of the grave: ruined youth is followed by years of grief and painful recollections. He who has profaned his spring will understand the present condition of my soul. I am not yet old, or grey, but I no longer live. Psychiaters tell us that a solider, who was wounded at Waterloo, went mad, and afterwards assured everybody - and believed it himself - that he had died at Waterloo, and that what was now considered to be him was only his shadow, a reflection of the past. I am now experiencing something resembling this semi-death..”
Anton Chekhov, The Shooting Party

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