The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper Quotes

Phaedra Patrick
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After over forty years of marriage it was just him in the house now…
-- Narrator (The Surprise in the Wardrobe)

Importance: Loneliness is still relatively new to Arthur when the novel begins. He takes comfort in routine because it is the one thing that has not changed in his life. His wife is dead and his children are grown, and so the routine also forces him not to think about his loneliness.

Aha. Then that might be your next port of call. You will find out the stories of the charms one by one, yes?
-- Rajesh Mehra (The Elephant)

Importance: Mehra reveals the origins of the elephant charm on the bracelet to Arthur. Mehra verbalizes what is already beginning to form in Arthur’s mind: Arthur must seek out the stories behind the charms one by one. It will help him learn more about his wife–but also help him deal with the anniversary of her death.

But the newly discovered charm...
-- Narrator (The Great Escape)

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