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used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

5 uses
  • She burned light, she burned shadow, she burned these memories of David's, so carefully captured and preserved.
    p. 373.9
  • His mother had made preserves on the outdoor stove, stirring the foaming mixture as it cooked into syrup, boiling the jars and filling them to stand, jewellike, on a shelf.
    p. 116.8
  • Let me take your picture, David had called, insistent, and she'd turned to find him, kneeling, focusing, intent on preserving a moment that never really existed.
    p. 134.2
  • David fingered the fossils; light and delicate, millennia old, time preserved more clearly than any photograph ever could.
    p. 141.4
  • How many times had she stood just this way, the subject and an object too, posed to evoke or to preserve what really did not exist, her true thoughts locked away?
    p. 185.6

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