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"I felt conspicuously unfaithful to one-half of myself" (Section 5, Chapter 8, pg. 763.)

"[The affair with Kennedy] felt like a ghost story" (Section 5, Chapter 12, pg. 785.)

"Yes, I was alone, and I was in Moscow, and I was all right so long as I kept to the narrative" (Section 5, Chapter 41, pg. 982.)

"One of Castro's key supports, in my opinion is the identification he so cleverly cultivates between Jesus Christ and himself. To his advantage is the spelling. Castro and Cristo" (Section 6, Chapter 6, pg. 1027.)

"Too many friends have bought the last look...Do you know that what deranges the mind most in the hours after combat is remembering the expression that comes to men's faces as they die. Often that expression never belonged to them before" (Section 6, Chapter 15, pg. 1097.)

"He looked like a man you would not trust: one more failed version of the son of God" (Section 6, Chapter 20, pg. 1139.)

"War was the...

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