From “Forgetting Elena”

“As to your question, ‘Why do we put up with Bob?’, I should have thought that nothing would be easier to do. He’s a charming young man. We are all equals now.”

Herbert’s closing words, delivered almost inaudibly, arose as unexpectedly out of the drift of his argument as a human arm out of the waves at night.

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