Sex and Rage Quotes

Babitz, Eve
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The joy that came spilling off the way Max's shoulders drew toward her in rapt attention was the joy she knew they meant by something being 'bigger than the both of us.
-- Jacaranda (Section 1: Max)

Importance: Jacaranda is immediately drawn to -- and almost immediately in love with -- her flamboyant friend, Max. She is excited to spend the rest of her life being entranced by Max, and during the beginning of their relationship, she thinks he feels the same way toward her. But eventually, Max's interest in her takes a turn, and instead of treating her well, he treats her cruelly.

You're here!"
-- Max (Section 1: The Sacramento Apts. )

Importance: Max greets all of his guests with these same two words, making each one of them feel special, like he is waiting for that person for the party to truly begin. But this line also epitomizes Max's appearance over substance; he says the same thing to each person. While...

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