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imagesInspired by Erika Dreifus’ weekly posts, I decided to start contributing my own “Sunday Sentence” gleanings to David Abrams’ very popular project. As Dreifus points out, participants are asked to share the best sentence read during the past week, “out of context and without commentary.”

Biddy was afraid Livia was the doomed, clever moth who does not bump against the outside of the lantern but manages to find a way inside and breaks itself against the glass–maybe trying to escape, maybe trying to merge with the flame. 

SOURCE: Maggie Shipstead’s novel Seating Arrangements.