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"Dr. Iannis had enjoyed a satisfactory day in which none of his patients had died or got any worse." Chapter 1, p. 1

"I, Carlo Piero Guercio, testify that in the Army I found my family. I have a father and mother, four sisters, and three brothers, but I have not had a family since puberty." Chapter 6, p. 30

"St Gerasimos, withered and blackened, sealed inside his domed and gilded sarcophagus by the reredos of his own monastery, dead for five centuries, rose up at night." Chapter 12, p. 70

"The doctor heard Pelagia singing in the kitchen and took up his pen. He reached a finger to twirl his moustache, experienced a peculiar irritation when he remembered that he had shaved it off as a gesture of defiance against Hitler, and then looked down at the black armband that he had worn ever since the death of Metaxas. He wrote." Chapter 12, p. 121

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