Cherry Quotes

Nico Walker
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Emily half-thought I was a dirtbag, but then she was kind of into that.
-- Protagonist (Narration) (chapter 5)

Importance: This line of narration alludes to the idea that Emily's initial attraction to the protagonist is based in part on his bad qualities. Despite these characters' long-term sense of love and devotion, the dynamic described in this quotation seems to contribute to the unhealthy dynamics that characterize their relationship.

So don't ever join the fucking Army.
-- Protagonist (Narration) (chapter 13)

Importance: The protagonist makes this statement in narration after describing many humiliating and painful aspects of his army training. This quotation indicates the protagonist's regret at having joined the army, and this narrative dynamic sets the tone for the book's consistent satires and critiques of war and the military.

And were the outcomes of all the wars decided by push-ups and idle talk, America might never lose.
-- Protagonist (Narration) (chapter 18)

Importance: This line of narration indicates the sense of absurdity and pointlessness that seems to...

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