A novel should be like a street full of strangers

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“The tender June day persisted, refusing to die. Each pulse of light was fainter and more exquisite than the last, as if bidding farewell to the earth, full of love and regret.” 
― Irène Némirovsky, Suite Française












“I keep telling you, you don't pay enough attention to the minor characters. A novel should be like a street full of strangers, where no more than two or three people are known to us in depth.” 
― Irène Némirovsky, Suite Française

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