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"L'chaim, said David, the English boy with the glasses. "It means 'To life,'" he explained.

"Ruhet in frieden," said Elsa with tears in her eyes.

"O Theos Anapafsi tin Psihi Tou," said Andreas, and bowed his head in grief as he looked down on the worst tragedy that Aghia Anna had ever known. (Chapter 1, pg. 5)

"A professor, a poet, a writer—and he didn't understand the smallest thing about life and love. Such as why Shirley found him cold and distant and found the empty-headed Andy a delightful companion." (Chapter 4, pg. 41)

"I know, I know." Georgi did not need to inquire why his brother had written to the long-estranged son in Chicago. He knew why. It was because the death of Manos and all the people on the boat had shown them how very short life was. That was all. (Chapter 4, pg. 48)

"Last night Fiona had mentioned Catholic...

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