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"In the suburbs, people rarely dreamed of striking out for happiness" (Karim, Part I - In the Suburbs, Chapter One, pg. 8.)

"I could see my life clearly for the first time: the future and what I wanted to do. I wanted to live always this intensely: mysticism, alcohol, sexual promise, clever people and drugs" (Karim, Part I - In the Suburbs, Chapter One, pg. 15.)

"'However many niggers there are, we don't like it. We're with Enoch. If you put one of your black 'ands near my daughter I'll smash it with a 'ammer! With a 'ammer!'" *Hairy Back, Part I - In the Suburbs, Chapter Three, pg. 40.)

"The lives of Anwar and Jeeta and Jamila were pervaded by fear of violence" (Karim, Part I - In the Suburbs, Chapter Four, pg. 56.)

"Every day I considered myself lucky to get home without serious injury" (Karim, Part I -...

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