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Jean-Dominique Bauby
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"My diving bell becomes less oppressive, and my mind takes flight like a butterfly." Prologue, p. 5

"So it is likely that several years will go by before I can expect to wiggle my toes." Prayer, p. 12

"And proof that I still want to be myself. If I must drool, I may as well drool on cashmere." Bathtime, p. 17

"ESARINTULOMDPCFBVHGJQZYXKW The jumbled appearance of my chorus line stems not from chance but from cunning calculation." The Alphabet, pp. 19-20

"I try desperately to warn them, but my dream conforms perfectly with reality. I am unable to utter a word." The Dream, p. 52

"What if someone in perfect health happened to be here when the Madonna appeared? One miracle, and he'd end up paralyzed." Our Very Own Madonna, p. 64

"Behind dark glasses that reflect a flawless sky, she softly weeps over our shattered lives." Through a Glass, Darkly, p. 74

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