Mothers & Daughters: Book Quote Sunday #5

May 25, 2014 at 8:15 am (Book Commentary) (, , , , , , , , , , )

I believed that every child’s mother could read her thoughts …

Sometimes I couldn’t breathe; it was like the suffocation of too much pollen. (p. 21)

by Francesca Lia Block
N.Y.: Roc, 1994

Doe and Fawn

Why should it be so strange that the beast had a mother?
So many of us have mothers. (p. 196)

Bay Wolf pp. 190 -197 in
Smoke and Mirrors
by Neil Gaiman
N.Y.: Avon Books, 1998



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