Deep Freeze Quotes

John Sandford
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He knew the cops wouldn't buy it.
-- Narrator (chapter 1)

Importance: David thinks this at the beginning of the narrative as he thinks about how he had accidentally killed Gina. The quote is important because it is this line of thinking that creates the plot of the narrative. In addition, the quote supports the theme that there is a struggle between the law, morality and the realities of real life. In real life, accidents happened as happened when David killed Gina. However, killing someone is against the law and if one views the law as black and white, then David would go to jail for murder. In addition, David had a moral obligation to report the crime. His fear of the law keeps him from doing this. This struggle causes him to make decisions that make things worse for him as Virgil remarks at the end of the narrative when he confronts David.

And...
-- Narrator (chapter 1)

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