A Study in Charlotte Quotes

Brittany Cavallaro
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I missed London like an arm, or a leg, even if I had only lived there a handful of years, because as much as my mother insisted that my coming to Connecticut would be like coming home, it was more like coming to a manicured jail."
-- Jamie (chapter 1 paragraph 2)

Importance: Jamie is characterized by loneliness and isolation, particularly early in the novel, before his friendship with Charlotte grows. This quote explains right away how he feels about going to Sherringford.

I belonged here, I thought, with her, as surely as anyone belonged anywhere.
-- Jamie (chapter 2 paragraph 3)

Importance: This quote demonstrates how devoted Jamie is willing to be in his relationship with Charlotte, even before he knows her well. Furthermore, the quote reflects Jamie's thoughts in the lab, which is a special, safe place for both of them.

I think I might like him," she said miserably. "Don't feel bad," I told her. "Everyone does, except for me.
-- Charlotte, then Jamie (chapter 3 paragraph 4)

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