Floating in My Mother's Palm Quotes

Ursula Hegi
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"When my mother entered her tenth month of carrying me, I stopped moving inside her womb." (White Lilacs, p. 12).

"On the surface Burgdorf was a town of great virtues while underneath all kinds of transgressions were hushed up." (Trudi Montag's Romantic Episode, p. 18).

"Each book jacket showed a beautiful woman leaning against something while she looked up at a man who wasn't leaning against anything. My mother never leaned or slouched." (Women in Distress, p. 32).

"Quite a few boys in the grades above use were called Adolf—a name that had been popular for babies born in the early war years—but we had not Adolf's in our class or in the younger grades. The name Adolf Hitler was never mentioned in our history classes." (Props for Faith, p. 40).

"Marrying a woman who was reckless must have been the ultimate reckless act, requiring a lifetime of...

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