The Stars Beneath Our Feet Quotes

David Barclay Moore
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I took pride in closely following the blueprints for each kit. Everything I built was exactly how it appeared on the box.”
-- Wallace (chapter 2)

Importance: Wallace is introducing himself to the reader, and this is one of the things he feels is important enough to tell the reader. Wallace later steps outside this comfort zone, and he begins building from his imagination.

Me and Vega stepped over them. I almost kicked them instead. I had been so mean lately.”
-- Wallace (chapter 5)

Importance: Wallace and Vega had to step over two kids who were wrestling around and fell. The fact that Wallace considers kicking them is a sign of his anger. The most important aspect of this quote is that Wallace recognizes his feelings and chooses not to act on them.

Especially not down at the barbershop. Promise me you won't go down there.”
-- Jermaine (chapter 10)

Importance: Wallace is remembering a conversation he had with Jermaine shortly after Jermaine became...

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