„She lies like the moon lies, a different face every night, all but one of them false, and the one true face as barren and hard as stone. Why do you believe her?“

—  Patricia A. McKillip, buch Winter Rose

Quelle: Winter Rose (1996), Chapter 21, p. 211.

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