The Onward Journey of A Dublin WomanLarge Print - 2003
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"If there is a God, he must be exhausted by the vigor with which his creatures grasp onto their destiny and try to make it make sense, even to the point of spelling it out to a stranger." (p.129)
"I called my novel 'My Dream of You,' which is a phrase with multiple resonances in a poem by Montale. But I meant something quite simple by it. There are love objects we simply dream up. They are not real people to us; they are the embodiment of a dream. We unleash both want and need onto them, and while we're dreaming, we believe that they can fill up the bottomless pit where want and need are endlessly renewed." (p. 94)
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