Tuesday, 12 April 2016


'...that process - getting to know someone - was always so much more challenging than he remembered. He always forgot; he was always made to remember. He wished, as he often did, that the entire sequence - the divulging of intimacies, the exploring of pasts - could be sped past, and that he could simply be teleported to the next stage, where the relationship was something soft and pliable and comfortable, where both parties' limits were understood and respected.'
Hanya Yanagihara, A Little Life, p.121.