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Adultery Quotes

Coelho, Paulo
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And yet, every morning, when I open my eyes to this ideal life that everyone dreams of having but few achieve, I know the day will be a disaster.
-- Linda as the Narrator (chapter 1)

Importance: Linda tells readers this as she introduces herself and what is going on with her life as the narrative opens. It shows the conflict that exists in her life and establishes the narrative's premise. In addition, it creates the bases of themes related to self-fulfillment, depression, love, and taking risks.

I want to change. I need to change.
-- Linda as the Narrator (chapter 4)

Importance: Linda tells readers this as she tells them about the thoughts that are running through her head. The quote forshadows, and helps explain, why she begins her affair with Jacob.

Because I do actually believe that many illnesses are the result of repressed emotions.
-- Linda as the Narrator (chapter 4)

Importance: Linda tells readers this as she tells them about how she feels in the beginning of the narrative. It...

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