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“I didn't dare think of the future; the past was still happening.”
John Grisham, The Street Lawyer
“Privileged people don't march and protest; their world is safe and clean and governed by laws designed to keep them happy.”
John Grisham, The Street Lawyer
“I’ve lost my love for money. It’s the curse of the devil.”
John Grisham, The Street Lawyer
“Mine was the only white face in the crowded restaurant, but I was coming to terms with my whiteness. No one had tried to murder me yet. No one seemed to care.”
John Grisham, The Street Lawyer
“Mordecai was not one to worry about the things he couldn't change. His desk was covered with the battles he could win.”
John Grisham, The Street Lawyer
“I closed my eyes tightly and offered a short but sincere prayer of thanks.”
John Grisham, The Street Lawyer
“I cursed Mister for derailing my life. I cursed Mordecai for making me feel guilty. And Ontario for breaking my heart.”
John Grisham, The Street Lawyer
“I didn't know what I expected. But the smell of fresh paint make me nauseous.”
John Grisham, The Street Lawyer
“way back to the apartment. I fixed”
John Grisham, The Street Lawyer
“the cutthroat world”
John Grisham, The Street Lawyer
“You spend more on fancy coffee than I do on meals. Why can’t you help the poor, the sick, the homeless?”
John Grisham, The Street Lawyer