Hag-Seed Quotes

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Finding the money had been Tony’s thing. A lesser thing: the money was only a means to an end, the end being transcendence: that had been understood by both of them. Felix the cloud-riding enchanter, Tony the earth-based factotum and gold-grubber.
-- Narration (chapter 2)

Importance: This quote is a reflection on the dynamic between Felix and Tony that allowed Tony to usurp Felix from his job. This quotation suggests that although Tony behaved in an underhanded way, Felix was at least partially responsible for his own fate because he became arrogant about his creative abilities, looking down on the important practical aspects of his work and ceding them to Tony.

He does sometimes wonder how the crafts he’s teaching might come in handy in, for instance, a bank robbery or a kidnapping, but he backgrounds such unworthy thoughts when they appear.
-- Narration (chapter 13)

Importance: Felix reflects on the fact that the skills he teaches to...

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