Kindred: A Graphic Novel Adaptation Quotes

Damian Duffy
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I lost an arm on my last trip home.
-- Dana (Narrator) (Prologue)

Importance: This is the first line in the novel. It sets the violent atmosphere for the remainder of the story, and it introduces the novel with a degree of suspense, because the reader wants to know how this happens.

I don't feel secure here.
-- Dana (The River)

Importance: Dana utters this line of dialogue to Kevin inside her apartment after travelling back in time for the first time. This introduces Dana's lack of belonging, which she and Kevin struggle with throughout the novel, because after travelling back and forth through time so much, they do not feel at home anywhere.

You need help. I came to help you. Twice.
-- Dana (The Fire paragraph N/A)

Importance: This quote establishes information that is crucial to the plot. It reveals the fact that Dana transports to Rufus whenever he is in danger.

Somehow, I found myself liking this child.
-- Dana (Narration) (The Fire paragraph N/A)

Importance: This quote introduces the complex nature...

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