All Is Not Forgotten Quotes

Wendy Walker
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What was removed from her mind lived on in her body and her soul, and I felt compelled to return to her what was taken away.
-- Forrester (Chapter 1 paragraph 1)

Importance: The narrator explains that Jenny's memories of her rape were supposedly removed with the memory-altering drug treatment, however the emotions attached to those memories still remained. Her sole reason for being in therapy is to undo the memory-altering treatment, which is the inciting force of this novel.

Every waking moment we have experiences.
-- Forrester (Chapter 3 paragraph 2)

Importance: Forrester explains how the mind works, in terms of memories. He also likens stored memories to filed data.

Actual 'happiness' is when the relationship settles down and becomes stable.
-- Forrester (Chapter 8 paragraph 1)

Importance: Forrester explains that the feelings that people most often associate as good, such as in falling in love, are actually not good emotions at all. They center around fear, such as fear of whether or not the person will call again or...

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