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by Laurie Halse Anderson

Speak Sadness Quotes

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Quote #10

[…] WHAMMO! – a thought slams into my head: I don't want to hang out in my little hidy-hole anymore. (88.1)

Here, near the end of the novel, we see Melinda waking up, moving away from sadness. Sadness is a useful emotion for her, but she's ready to feel it less than she has been.

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