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Black Dogs, by Ian McEwan

23 Oct

“In conversations with June, i found myself thinking like Bernard; I felt stifled by her expressions of faith, and bothered by the unstated assumption of all believers that they are good because what they believe, that faith is virtue, and, by extension, unbelief is unworthy or, at best, pitiable.”

Jeremy

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Posted by on October 23, 2012 in Books, Quotes

 

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