The Passion of Dolssa Quotes

Julie Berry
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There are those who would say this record casts doubt upon the righteousness of the church's work. Which is why this book, written for my private satisfaction, must not outlive me.”
-- Friar Arnaut D'Avinhonet (Chapter 1, Friar Arnaut D'Avinhonet)

Importance: This was written some 30 years after the events which culminated with the death of Dolssa. The friar who is writing the account is explaining why he does not want this book to ever become public record. His dedication to the church is obvious at this point, though he clearly seems to realize that he is going to find something that puts the actions of the inquisitors in a poor light.

To be needed is one way to be safe. The other is to have money. Given time, I'd have both.”
-- Botille (Chapter 7, Botille)

Importance: Botille has just arranged her first marriage and she feels that her services, along with the fees paid for creating the successful matches, provide security for her and her...

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