Sourdough Quotes

Sloan, Robin
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A woman contacted me through my stubby LinkedIn profile.
-- Lois (Narration) (chapter 1 paragraph 2)

Importance: This quote contains vocabulary that provides the reader with information about the time period of the novel. It establishes that the novel is set in a modern age.

I existed mostly in a state of catatonic recovery,
-- Lois (Narration) (chapter 1 paragraph 4)

Importance: This quote demonstrates Lois's attitude towards her job at General Dexterity. It is important because it primes the reader for a change in Lois's life, because she cannot handle her job much longer.

Beoreg. Chef and baker, master of the double spicy, author of my comfort. I felt like I should bow.
-- Lois (Narration) (chapter 3 paragraph 3)

Importance: This quote shows the reader how important Beoreg is to Lois at this point in the novel. It exemplifies the fact that she relied on his food to help her get through her days.

I needed a more interesting life. I could start by learning something. I could start with the starter...
-- Lois (Narration) (chapter 5 paragraph 2)

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