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The Samurai's Garden Quotes

Gail Tsukiyama
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"Japan is like a young woman who thinks too much of herself. She's bound to get herself in trouble." Matsu, Autumn, p. 17

"When you're well again, this period of your life will simply be a quiet memory." Stephen's father, Autumn, p. 20

"When some of those who had the disease were no longer wanted by others in town, they took what few belongings they had and went up into the mountains." Matsu, Autumn, p. 23

"When I first arrived at Tarumi, I wondered how Matsu could spend so much time in the garden. But the more time I spend here, the easier it is to see there's something very seductive about what Matsu has created." Stephen, Autumn, p. 31

"You have brought me more than that. You have brought me the sea." Sachi, Autumn, p. 42

"All the while, I knew my mother could only have one thing on her mind: Who was...

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