Leigh Brackett Quote

Under the attentiveness was fear, and something else. Anger, hate—the instinctive rejection of an intolerable truth.


Chapter 22 (p. 149) - The Ginger Star (1974)

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Under the attentiveness was fear, and something else. Anger, hate—the instinctive rejection of an intolerable truth.

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Under the attentiveness was fear, and something else. Anger, hate—the instinctive rejection of an intolerable truth.

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Under the attentiveness was fear, and something else. Anger, hate—the instinctive rejection of an intolerable truth.

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Under the attentiveness was fear, and something else. Anger, hate—the instinctive rejection of an intolerable truth.