I told you: you can make yourself love anybody.
("Breakfast at Tiffany's")
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I couldn't understand a sense of unease that multiplied until I could hear my heart beating.
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Those final weeks, spanning end of summer and the beginning of another autumn, are blurred in memory, perhaps because our understanding of each other had reached that sweet depth where two people communicate more often in silence than in words: an affectionate quietness replaces the tensions, the unrelaxed chatter and chasing about that produce a friendship's more showy, more, in the surface sense, dramatic moments.
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