The Great Frustration Quotes

Seth Fried
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Objectivity is important, but we liked Loeka. What was the matter with that?
-- Narrator (Loeka Discovered)

Importance: This highlights the problems faced by the scientists in their study of Loeka. They are unable to behave impartially in their study. This eventually leads to them being fired as their dislike for the Big Man makes them desecrate his body.

Ultimately, the only thing that these dissenters manage to convince us is that to not attend the picnic is to exist outside of what is normal.
-- Narrator (Frost Mountain Picnic Massacre)

Importance: The people of the city would rather face possible death than be seen as abnormal. Being socially acceptable is more important to them than their own lives.

My desire for the women of the harem was as unwanted by them as the king’s was by me. This, of course, lent to my lust another degree of shame.
-- Narrator (Life in the Harem)

Importance: The narrator is able to relate to the opposite sex. He understands...

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