Connie Goodwin: The novel's protagonist, a Harvard graduate student planning to spend her summer doing research for her doctoral dissertation
“She was always puzzled that people say that darkness falls. To her it seemed instead to rise, massing under trees and shrubs, pouring out from under furniture, only reaching the sky when the spaces near the ground were full.”
“Connie and Liz had often joked that grad students make terrible dinner party guests, because they cannot be gotten away from reading the spines of the books.”
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