You can't eat books, sweetheart.
("The Book Thief")
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It kills me sometimes, how people die.
Two weeks to change the world, fourteen days to destroy it.
It was Russia, January 5, 1943, and just another icy day. Out among the city and snow, there were dead Russians and Germans everywhere. Those who remained were firing into the blank pages in front of them. Three languages interwove. The Russian, the bullets, the German.
No, I'm not a saint, Sophie. I'm just another stupid human.
If you can't imagine it, think clumsy silence. Think bits and pieces of floating despair. And drowning in a train.
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