The Infatuations Quotes

Javier Marias
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In any circumstance, they would have spontaneously chosen each other – not out of conjugal duty or convenience or habit or even loyalty – as companion or partner, friend, conversationalist or accomplice, in the knowledge, that, whatever happened, whatever transpired, whatever there was to tell or hear, it would always be less interesting or amusing with someone else. Without her in his case, without him in her case. There was a camaraderie between them and, above all, a certainty.”
-- Maria (Part 1 - Section 1 paragraph 1)

Importance: This quotation captured the perfection Maria observed between Miguel and Luisa. They appeared to love one another unconditionally, knowing that no matter the circumstance, they would always have one another to depend on. The irony of the quote, however, was that, according to Javier, even as at that very moment, Desvern knew that he would die a very uncertain death. The certainty observed by Maria also served as a further reason for her...

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