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"He feels tunneled, wrapped, dessicated. His eyes feel the strain of trying for too long to see in the dark" (What It Means When A Crowd in a Faraway Nation Takes a Soldier Representing Your Own Nation, Shoots Him, Drags Him from His Vehicle and then Mutilates Him in the Dust, p. 18).

"The horses had no symbolic value" (The Only Meaning of Oil-Wet Water, p. 32).

"The story is equally or more about surfing. People are no more interesting than waves and mountains" (The Only Meaning of Oil-Wet Water, p. 39).

The fact that he was alive to hear the suffering meant that he was meant to stop it" (Climbing to the Window, Pretending to Dance, p. 63).

"He had an aura that wasn't right, the wild glow of a scientist who'd discovered a formula that could kill millions" (Climbing to the Window, Pretending to Dance, p. 67).

"Many of us leave...

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