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I had expected to feel joy but instead felt a confusion of sorrow, or maybe fear, for it seemed that my life was a hungry story and I its source, and with this kiss I had now begun to deliver myself into the words.
-- Evelina (Story)

Importance: As Evelina begins her own story, she reflects on her first kiss with Corwin. Evelina had hoped that this kiss would bring great joy, but instead, it brings uncertainty and a yearning for something more. In many ways, Evelina’s first kiss is reflective of the human life. People expect their lives to be full of joy and happiness, but always end up being confusing and full of yearning as well. This is also certainly true of all the people who live in Pluto.

The devil has this place.
-- Asiginak (The Lochren Farm)

Importance: When Asiginak, Mooshum, Holy Track, and Opin stumble across the Lochren farm, Asiginak states that the devil...

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