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  • Anonymous shared from A Fine Balance (Vintage International) by Rohinton Mistry
    Please always remember, the secret of survival is to embrace change, and to adapt. To quote: ‘All things fall and are built again, and those that build them again are gay.’ ”
  • Anonymous shared from A Fine Balance (Vintage International) by Rohinton Mistry
    he was certain his good neighbours and the people of these settlements were not fickle,
  • Anonymous shared from War and Peace (Oxford World's Classics Hardback Collection) by Leo Tolstoy, Louise and Aylmer Maude, Amy Mandelker
    ‘HERE is the greatest novel ever written’—so
  • Anonymous shared from A Fine Balance (Vintage International) by Rohinton Mistry
    Om wheeled the bicycle to the kerb. The handlebars were askew and the mudguards rattled more resolutely than before. He dusted off his pants, examining the black smears of grease on the cuffs. “How much did he give you?” asked someone on the pavement. “Fifty rupees.”
    Note: Bribe
  • Anonymous shared from A Fine Balance (Vintage International) by Rohinton Mistry
    “If you let me arrange for your vasectomy, your application can be approved instantly.”
    Note: :)
  • Anonymous shared from A Fine Balance (Vintage International) by Rohinton Mistry
    I’m a hair-collector.”
    Note: Omg! Remember him!
  • Anonymous shared from A Fine Balance (Vintage International) by Rohinton Mistry
    He did not want to squat next to this philosopher of defecation.
    Note: Ha!
  • Anonymous shared from A Fine Balance (Vintage International) by Rohinton Mistry
    I wouldn’t expose my tender parts to them. Also, if you lose your balance in those bushes, you end up with an arseful of thorns.”
    Note: Watch out for those thorns
  • Anonymous shared from A Fine Balance (Vintage International) by Rohinton Mistry
    But they soon got used to the unsteadiness of their existence.
  • Anonymous shared from A Fine Balance (Vintage International) by Rohinton Mistry
    In the distance, in the far field, his men urinated on the three inverted faces. Semiconscious, the parched mouths were grateful for the moisture, licking the trickle with feeble urgency.