The Reluctant Fundamentalist Key Quotations

Quotation 1:
'I am a lover of America.'
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Quotation 2:
' The prospect of sugaring your tongue before even the bloodiest of tasks cannot be alien to you.'
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Quotation 3:
'No, not in the case of that retailer of guns and ammunition, as you correctly point out...'
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Quotation 4:
'Namely constantly looking over my shoulder'
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Quotation 5:
'I detect a glint of metal. Given that you and I are bound by a certain shared intimacy , I trust it is from the holder of your business cards.'
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Olsen:
The conception of the story thus conveys a feeling of ambiguity and confusion, because it does not explicitly tell the reader – reductionally and colloquially speaking – who the good or the bad guy is and whom to believe: the narrator or the narratee
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' The prospect of sugaring your tongue before even the bloodiest of tasks cannot be alien to you.'

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Card 3

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'No, not in the case of that retailer of guns and ammunition, as you correctly point out...'

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Card 4

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'Namely constantly looking over my shoulder'

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Card 5

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'I detect a glint of metal. Given that you and I are bound by a certain shared intimacy , I trust it is from the holder of your business cards.'

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