Forest Dark Quotes

Krauss, Nicole
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No one could have imagined it, and yet it came to seem like a fitting end. Death was too small for Epstein. In retrospect, not even a real possibility. In life he had taken up the whole room. He wasn't large, only uncontainable.
-- Narrator re: Jules (Ayeka)

Importance: This is an effective introduction of Jules' character, as the reader is told that all his life Jules has had a big personality, a personality that could not be contained by death. From the beginning, Jules' disappearance is seen as some sort of supernatural event, as if he simply became too large for the earthly plane of existence.

...he sometimes felt his lungs inflate, as if his body was remembering what it had been necessary to forget, in order to believe in the grandness and uniqueness of the things that happened to one, which could mark life the way a new combination of letters could be impressed...
-- Jules (Ayeka)

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