“How sad, he thought, that desire found new objects but did not abate, that when it came to longing there was no end. (pg 27)”
“When I read Swift here, I'm reading him in this ink, on this paper, with this book in my hands--and I'm reading him as his contemporaries read him. You think there's something materialistic about collecting books, but really collectors are the last romantics. We're the only ones who still love books as objects. (pg 69)”
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