‘Broken hearts belong to old-fashioned novels,’ said Paul. ‘They don’t go with the time we live in.’
‘On the contrary,’ said Ted. ‘There are more broken hearts than there have ever been, just because of the time we live in. In fact I’m sure any heart we are ever likely to meet is so cracked and jarred and split it’s just a mass of scar tissue.’
— Doris Lessing, The Golden Notebook. (via simple-errantry)
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