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'She was a hundred times bitterer and more discontented than when he had married her: the one pleasure left her was to inflict pain on him.'9
'Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same'12
'I can hardly stand it when he is away for a night…When he’s away for a week I nearly go wild!And when he comes back I cry on his lap like a baby… '12
' We'd get into a goddam movie or something, and right away we'd start holding hands, and we wouldn't quit till the movie was over.'10
'She was in everything [His] perfect foil, being in marriage that saving thing: a wife who does not go against her man.'12
'He had seen, for the first time in his life, the face of a girl whose cheeks were not the colour of chocolate or dogskin, whose hair was auburn and permanently waved'12
'If the minister's voice had not kept her there, there would, nevertheless, have been an inevitable magnetism in that spot, whence she dated the first hour of her life of ignominy.11
“[He] is all I have to love in the world, and though you have done what you could to make him hateful to me, and me to him, you cannot make us hate each other.'12
'Yes—I want [him]…very badly! Just think! If it happens! I can leave here and not be anyone’s problem…”12
'You said a bad driver was only safe until she met another bad driver? Well, I met another bad driver, didn't I?'11
'God damn you, you little bitch, why can't you go back home forever and let me be?'12
'I threw my hip against his, catching him by surprise, and he was instantly down, definitely pleased. This was why he liked me so much.'10
'Her voice is full of money'11
'If she tears your heart to pieces—and as it gets older and stronger, it will tear deeper—love her, love her, love her!'9
'She was very nervous, for a prostitute. She really was. I think it was because she was young as hell.'10
'See how she leans her cheek upon her hand! O that I were a glove upon that hand, That I might touch that cheek!'9
'I have not art to reckon my groans: but that I love thee best'12
'Smiling as she passed [him], went singing up-stairs: lighter of heart, I venture to say, than ever she had been under that roof before'12
'I hope you're finally satisfied. Playing with human lives - gambling with human lives - as if you thought yourself to be a God!'10
“Talking? But what about?” Walking and talking – that seemed a very odd way of spending an afternoon…12

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