Wednesday, October 31, 2007

SATURDAY by Ian McEwan

But it's too late for apologies now. Unlike in Daisy's novels, moments of precise reckoning are rare in real life; questions of misinterpretation are not often resolved. Nor do they remain pressingly unresolved. They simply fade. People don't remember clearly, or they die, or the questions die and new ones take their place.

p. 159.

Thanks to Paris Jen for putting the book in my hands.

Keep on keepin on~

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