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"A book seeks to be near its truest admirer. Just as this helpless moth seeks to be near the candle that infatuates him." Part 2, page 135.

"Meenakshi dropped in first with a question about whether it was possible to love more than one person—'utterly, desperately, and truly.'" Part 7.39, page 516

"He sees things in black and white, which is a great help when you're electioneering." Part 14.17, page 1086

"Seers meant something to [Mrs. Rupa], pounds something vague, and kilograms nothing at all." Part 9.13, page 629

"It was difficult to be someone's guest and prosecutor simultaneously, more particularly if you were hoping to seek their help in the near future." Part 14.21, page 1096

"The road, made of vertically laid bricks and little else, was cratered with holes, and the wheels had lost all memory of their shock absorbers." Part 10.11, page 700

"'I may as well humble myself before a stone,' suggested...

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