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So then you’re not observing yourself being so thrilled, you’re just left with what actually is the feeling, not looking at it.”Lacey, who recently moved to Chicago to be with her partner (the author and fellow Best Young Novelist Jesse Ball), grew up in Tupelo, Mississippi, in a Methodist family—her father owns a hardware store that’s been in the family for almost a century—and she has a former Southerner’s distrust of the status quo.
“I don’t know that I have much in common with the person I was when I was 14,” she says.
Near the climax of the novel, Mary stops in a store, thirsty, and the following exchange ensues:"I’d like a water. A heavy dread overtook her."All of our waters, Lacey suggests, have only made us thirstier for things that can’t be bottled.
“It’s like you’re five cleanses away from your insides being made of crystal,” says Lacey, with a laugh, “and I’ve been through all the therapy and I have a great relationship with everyone in my family now and I know where all my problems came from and I’m blissed out on a hilltop, tweeting about it.”As Kurt and Mary grow more attached, his experiment does little to illuminate the delicate matters of the heart, and instead, of course, complicates them hopelessly.
What roles do love and affection play in your life? Alternate sharing something you consider a positive characteristic of your partner.
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