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"Mary Ann Singleton ... came to the city alone for an eight day vacation. On the fifth night, she drank three Irish coffees at the Buena Vista ... and decided to phone her mother in Cleveland." Chapter 1.

"Connie's apartment was a potpourri of plastic Tiffany lamps and ankle deep shag carpeting, needlepoint Snoopy pictures and 'Hang in There, Baby' kitten posters ...macramé plant hangers and - please no, thought Mary Ann - a Pet Rock". Chapter 2.

"Mary Ann: Do you have any objection to pets? ... Mrs. Madrigal: Dear, I have no objection to anything." Chapter 4.

"Mona: I used to have curtains ... but ... like ... who am I hiding my body from? ...I mean ... you know ... nobody's really hiding anything from the Cosmos. Beneath the rays of the White Healing Light, we are all ... like ... capital N Naked. Who gives a shit about the little n?" Chapter 8

"For all the lies she required...

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