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Stranger in a Strange Land

Stranger in a Strange Land

  

by Robert A. Heinlein

Stranger in a Strange Land Identity Quotes

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Quote #10

"Ben, you noticed that Dawn and I have the same figure? Height, bust, waist, hips, weight, everything—not to mention coloration. We were almost alike when we met… then, with Mike's help, we matched exactly. Even our faces are more alike—but that comes from doing and thinking the same things." (31.188)

As Jill and Dawn ascend higher in Mike's church, they begin to lose their physical identities and start to look more and more like each other. It's kind of like when a dog and its owner start to look alike after a while... right?

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