The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher Quotes

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I opened the door.
-- Narrator (Sorry to Disturb paragraph 1)

Importance: In this story, the narrator is forced to endure an unwanted friendship with a Muslim man who first appears at her door looking to borrow the telephone because he is lost. This quote sums up more than just a mere physical act, but an activity of greater importance. One never knows to whom or to what a door is being opened; when one opens the door, anything can come in. Even appearances may be false at first. It appeared that the man at the door was just lost and needed to use the phone. However, he became an uninvited guest who wanted an improper friendship.

Then, as if by some predetermined signal, we would flounce down again, so we would be half-invisible if God looked over the fields.
-- Narrator (Comma paragraph 1)

Importance: As a child, the narrator and Mary Joplin spend their summer exploring the countryside and surrounding area of...

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