Agatha Christie Quote

When you were a child, I loved you. I loved your grave face and the confidence with which you came to me, asking me to mend your broken toys. And then, after eight years' absence, you came again and sat here, and brought me the thoughts that were in your mind. And your mind, Renisenb, is not like the minds of the rest of your family. It does not turn in upon itself, seeking to encase itself in narrow walls. Your mind is like my mind, it looks over the River, seeing a world of changes, of new ideas - seeing a world where all things are possible to those with courage and vision...


Hori. - Death Comes as the End (1945)

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When you were a child, I loved you. I loved your grave face and the confidence with which you came to me, asking me to mend your broken toys. And...

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When you were a child, I loved you. I loved your grave face and the confidence with which you came to me, asking me to mend your broken toys. And...

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When you were a child, I loved you. I loved your grave face and the confidence with which you came to me, asking me to mend your broken toys. And...

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When you were a child, I loved you. I loved your grave face and the confidence with which you came to me, asking me to mend your broken toys. And...