The Lost Girls of Paris Quotes

Pam Jenoff
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I should have known,' she muttered to herself, 'that no good could ever come from going into the station.
-- Grace (chapter 1)

Importance: This quote highlights Grace's difficulty in dealing with her late husband Thomas's passing as well as the general malaise she feels at having taken the photographs from Eleanor's suitcase. Grand Central Station represents one of the darkest moments in Grace's life as the location where she found out after hours of waiting for his train that Tom had died. Therefore, she feels regret at having to have revisited it, especially after having slept with Tom's friend Mark the night before. Given this background, Grace feels ill at ease at the prospect of taking the photographs, as the location itself seems to portend a sense of doom at the coming investigation.

Eleanor had long ago hardened herself to the dismissiveness of the men around her.
-- Narrator (chapter 2)

Importance: This quote highlights the ubiquity of...

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