The Year of Magical Thinking

"As a child I thought a great deal about meaninglessness, which seemed at the time the most prominent negative feature on the horizon . . . No eye was on the sparrow. No one was watching me. As it was in the beginning, is now and ever shall be, world without end."


The Year of Magical Thinking, p. 189-90
By Joan Didion
Published 2006
Labels: Memoir, Non-fiction, Quotes,

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