| Quote #4
"Making the gravel leap and leap in air,
So in the wife's eyes, her husband's grief is, well, nonexistent. She's basing this on how she sees him behave outwardly, but to give the guy some credit, it's possible he's just hiding his true feelings.
| Quote #5
"No, from the time when one is sick to death,
Well, Shmoopers, it doesn't get more depressing than that. Pardon us while we pound a pint of Chunky Monkey.
| Quote #6
"But the world's evil. I won't have grief so
Even though the woman is down in the dumps, she thinks of the world as a place that she can change. But this raises the question: How would she have grief? What does her ideal grief look like?