Don't Skip Out on Me Quotes

Willy Vlautin
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Maybe they have a good Peruvian community there. I just don’t know.
-- Mr. Reese (chapter 3)

Importance: After Victor comes to work for Mr. Reese, it soon becomes clear that the arrangement will not work since Mr. Reese cannot understand Victor's Peruvian dialect of Spanish. Victor decides to leave to go to Los Angeles in order to look for work. The success of Victor's journey seems to be uncertain, which in turn highlights the uncertainties of the other characters' journeys and endeavors.

If I’m optimistic about my back I have maybe four years left where I can work...What I'm saying is after your boxing career why don't you come back? We'll set out a plan for you to take over the ranch.
-- Mr. Reese (chapter 5)

Importance: This line of dialogue form Mr. Reese not only establishes the tension in Mr. Reese's storyline—that he may have to retire soon—but it also establishes a tension between...

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