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Washington Black by Esi Edugyan
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Susan Monmaney is on page 209 of 339 of Washington Black: "I understood there were many ways of being in the world, that to privilege one rigid set of beliefs over another was to lose something. Everything is bizarre, and everything has value. Or if not value, at least merits investigation."
Washington Black by Esi Edugyan
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“I understood there were many ways of being in the world, that to privilege one rigid set of beliefs over another was to lose something. Everything is bizarre, and everything has value. Or if not value, at least merits investigation.”
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Amy Poehler
“The more I time-travel the more I learn I am always just where I need to be.”
Amy Poehler, Yes Please

“This is the thing: If you have the option to not think about or even consider history, whether you learned it right or not, or whether it even deserves consideration, that’s how you know you’re on board the ship that serves hors d’oeuvres and fluffs your pillows, while others are out at sea, swimming or drowning, or clinging to little inflatable rafts that they have to take turns keeping inflated, people short of breath, who’ve never even heard of the words hors d’oeuvres or fluff.”
Tommy Orange, There There

Matt Haig
“Whenever I see someone reading a book, especially if it is someone I don't expect, I feel civilisation has become a little safer.”
Matt Haig, How to Stop Time

Fredrik Backman
“People who have never been hunted always seem to think there’s a reason for it. ‘They wouldn’t do it without a cause, would they? You must have done something to provoke them.’ As if that was how oppression works.”
Fredrik Backman, My Grandmother Sends Her Regards and Apologises

Brian  Doyle
“The coolest most amazing people I have met in my life, I said, are the ones who are not very interested in power or money, but who are very interested in laughter and courage and grace under duress and holding hands against the darkness, and finding new ways to solve old problems, and being attentive and tender and kind to every sort of being, especially dogs and birds, and of course children.”
Brian Doyle, Chicago

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