Paul Auster Quotes: Words Were No Longer Simply Words But A

Words Were No Longer Simply Words, But A Curious Codes Of Silence, A Way Of Speaking That Continually Moved Around The Thing That Was Being Said. As Long As We Avoided The Real Subject, The Spell Would Not Broken. We Both Slipped Naturally Into This Kind Of Banter, And It Became All The More Powerful Because Neither Of Us Abandoned The Character. We Knew What We Were Doing, But At The Same Time We Pretended Not To. Thus My Courtship Of Sophie Began - Slowly, Decorously, Building By The Smallest Of Increments.
— Paul Auster —

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