Tender is the Night
"Then there’s the fact that I love Nicole."
"But you can love more than just one person, can’t you? Like I love Mother and I love you – more. I love you more now.’"
" – the fourth place you’re not in love with me but you might be afterwards, and that would begin your life with a terrible mess" (1.15.33-35).
"I’m afraid I’m in love with you,’ said Dick, ‘and that’s not the best thing that could happen" (1.17.22).
[Dick] left a note for Maria Wallis signed "Dicole," the word with which he and Nicole had signed communications in the first days of love (2.24.1).