Exit, Pursued by a Bear Quotes

E.K. Johnston
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[Leo] always looks at me like he has expectations that I never meet the way he wants …”
-- Narration (Hermione) (Part 1, Chapter 3)

Importance: This quote, from early in the narrative, establishes the sense of unease that exists in Hermione about her relationship with the somewhat possessive Leo, and foreshadows his later jealous, judgmental reactions to her being raped.

Will I ever have it this good again? I will wake up somewhere new this time next year. I only have a few more mornings in this world, in this world that loves me for what I love and for what I am good at. One more minute. One more.”
-- Narration (Hermione) (Part 1, Chapter 4)

Importance: This quote develops the book-long motif of mornings being a significant time of freedom, independence, and relative peace for Hermione, a time in which she feels comfortable with her own wandering, wondering thoughts. At the same time, there is ironic foreshadowing here, in that her hopes for a...

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