The First Bad Man Quotes

Miranda July
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I put my fruit in a ceramic bowl so I could gesture to it when I said, 'Eat anything. Pretend this is your home.
-- Cheryl Glickman (Chapter 2)

Importance: This quote is not important for what is actually said but for the fact that Cheryl deems it important to mention. She is so methodical and concerned with the way things appear to others that her actions are strongly based on these feelings.

For a moment I thought he meant here at my house, right outside. But he meant Ralph's. Was this a subtle invitation? Assuming he was on the east side, I put on a pinstriped men's dress shirt that I'd been saving. Seeing me in this would unconsciously make him feel like we'd just woken up together and I'd thrown on his shirt. A relaxing feeling, I would think."
-- Cheryl Glickman (Chapter 2)

Importance: This is another quote that shows Cheryl's thought process and how nearly everything she...

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