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Patricia MacDonald

  • ... she was schooled in suffering now. It did not scare her the way it did those whose lives were still untouched. Some people treated the grief of others like a disease that you could catch if you got too close. She knew better. She knew that it was a club that no one ever joined by choice. A club whose members had shared the most brutal of initiations.

  • Too much freedom is its own kind of cage.

Patricia MacDonald, U.S. writer

(1945)

Real name: Patricia Bourgeau.