Wolf in White Van Quotes

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When I became Conan things were different; his new birth had left scars. I ruled a smoking, wrecked kingdom with a hard and deadly hand. It was dark and gory. No one liked living there, not even its king. It had a soundtrack. All screams.”
-- Narrator (Sean) (Chapter 1)

Importance: In this quote, the narrator portrays the imaginary world in which he takes refuge, a world that seems to externalize the inner sense of feeling wrecked and/or destroyed as a result of the accident that left him so severely burned.

As a child I wanted everything to be in some way concerned with endings. The end of the world. The last Neanderthal. The final victim. The stroke of midnight. So children playing a game called Stay Alive on a beach with nobody else around, that spoke to something in me, something I’d maybe been born with.
-- Narrator (Sean) (Chapter 3)

Importance: In this quote, part of his explanation...

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