Dorothy Gilman Quote

She had encountered one of the more devastating kinds of loneliness in existence: that of being in close contact with someone to whom she was a nonperson, and who thereby rendered her invisible and of no consequence.


Mrs. Pollifax and the Whirling Dervish (1990)

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She had encountered one of the more devastating kinds of loneliness in existence: that of being in close contact with someone to whom she was a...

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She had encountered one of the more devastating kinds of loneliness in existence: that of being in close contact with someone to whom she was a...

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She had encountered one of the more devastating kinds of loneliness in existence: that of being in close contact with someone to whom she was a...

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She had encountered one of the more devastating kinds of loneliness in existence: that of being in close contact with someone to whom she was a...