A Wrinkle in Time
Meg said in a startled way, "I guess I never thought of that. I guess I just took it for granted." (3.13-14)
"No. At first we got lots of letters. Mother and Father always wrote each other every day. I think Mother still writes him every night. Every once in a while the postmistress makes some kind of a crack about all her letters."
"I suppose they think she's pursuing him or something," Calvin said, rather bitterly.
"They can't understand plain, ordinary love when they see it. Well, go on. What happened next?" (3.152-154)
"But I must know what happens to the children," the Medium said. "It's my worst trouble, getting fond. If I didn't get fond I could be happy all the time." (6.64)