The Death of the HeartBook - 1962
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Having put his glass down on the carpet, Thomas boldly swung his legs up on to the bed and stretched out on [Anna's] immaculate quilt. “I don’t think that bath has done you much good. Why can’t you just dress and why can’t I just lie here? We don’t have to keep on saying anything. However much of a monster you may be, I feel more natural with you than I feel with more natural people – if there are such things.”
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