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Freedom

Freedom

  

by Jonathan Franzen

Loyalty Quotes in Freedom

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Quote #10

Now that she was a tired, drunk, bleeding person crouching between his legs and doing businesslike oral work, she could have been almost anybody, except Connie. (3.5.390)

Surely the unshakable comparisons with Connie have something to do Joey's inability to perform (in addition to the many glasses of wine, that is).

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