Undermajordomo Minor Quotes

Patrick deWitt
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It is a very painful thing, having to part company with what torments you! And how mute the world is!
-- Robert Walser (Epigraph paragraph N/A)

Importance: The epigraph to Undermajordomo, this quote works for the text in a number of ways. Lucy parts company with his boring life and goes on to endure frequently painful adventures at the castle. And many male characters, the Baron in particular, are in pain because they have been separated from the women who torment them.

Walking away on the springy legs of a foal, he thought, How remarkable a thing a lie is. He wondered if it wasn’t man’s finest achievement, and after some consideration, decided that it was.
-- Lucy ("Lucy The Liar")

Importance: Lucy declares this lofty thought to himself as he leaves Marina’s house. But the quote is not just the product of a bored boy. It is a comment on the remarkable nature of the fantasy genre which Undermajordomo...

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