The Bookseller Quotes

Cynthia Swanson
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I cannot recall spending the evening painting, then standing back to admire our work before we cleaned up.”
-- Narrator (Chapter 1)

Importance: When Kitty wakes in her own bedroom after a strange dream in which she was married to a man named Lars, she realizes that she does not remember cleaning up after finishing painting, or even going to bed the night before.

It was playing on the radio that night. The night when we talked on the telephone.”
-- Narrator (Chapter 2)

Importance: Kitty realizes that the song that she heard playing in her mind during her time in the dream with Lars is the same one that was playing when she and Lars talked on the phone after he replied to her personal ad.

On the other hand, there is nothing like the library to awaken a reader to the endless possibilities of the written word.”
-- Narrator (Chapter 4)

Importance: Kitty makes a trip to the library hoping to find a...

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