Paul Murray Quotes: And So The Next Morning I Left My Room

And So The Next Morning I Left My Room And Took My Suitcases Down In The Elevator To The Lobby, Where I Handed In The Key. Every Movement, Every Tiny Social Transaction Seemed Backlit, Consecrated Somehow, Like The Footsteps A Prisoner Counts Off In His Head As He Is Marched To The Scaffold. Frank Was Waiting Outside, Leaning With His Arms Crossed Against His Rusty White Van. Someone Had Drawn A Penis In The Dust On Its Side. "All Right?" He Said. "Capital," I Said. "Capital.
— Paul Murray —

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