Come to Me Quotes

Amy Bloom
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It was like nothing else in my life, that river of love that I could dip into and leave and return to once more and find it still flowing, undisturbed by my comings and goings.
-- Galen (The Sight of you paragraph Page 76)

Importance: This statement is a metaphor for Galen’s relationship with Henry before he wants to marry her. She is happy to come in and out of the affair at will. She doesn’t want to be tied down. A river flows free, or it becomes stagnant.

I pretended I was dead too, as I assumed I soon would be.
-- David (Hyacinths paragraph Page 64)

Importance: David knows that regardless of what happened or whose fault it is, he will be blamed for the incident in the barn. He’d rather pretend to be dead because he knows his dad will want to kill him, and that is exactly what happens.

I think because I chose to love him, chose to be...
-- Julia (Sleepwalking paragraph Page 36)

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