The Lowland Quotes

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Should I stand guard on this side while you explore?
-- Subhash (Part I: Chapter 2 paragraph 16)

Importance: This quote reveals the difference between Udayan and his brother Subhash. While Udayan is adventurous and outgoing, Subhash is more careful and reserved. He is willing to stay behind and maintain their security to keep the others safe while they enjoy the Tolly Club without him.

You're the other side of me, Subhash. It's without you I'm nothing.
-- Udayan (Part I: Chapter 5 paragraph 49)

Importance: Udayan tells Subhash this when Subhash tries to convince him to go to America with him. Udayan tells him this with love in his heart, but Subhash hears it as a command instead, and refuses to hear the emotion in his heart until much later. The quote is significant because it is the only time that Udayan admits that Subhash is a critical part of his life and that he is much more with him than he is when they are apart...

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