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Lydia Davis, Samuel Johnson Is Indignant Quotes: At a certain point in her life, she realises it is not so much that she wants to have a child as that she does not want not to have a child, or not to have had a child.
         

At a certain point in her life, she realises it is not so much that she wants to have a child as that she does not want not to have a child, or not to have had a child.


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This page presents the quote "At a certain point in her life, she realises it is not so much that she wants to have a child as that she does not want not to have a child, or not to have had a child.". Author of this quote is Lydia Davis, Samuel Johnson Is Indignant. This quote is about a-double-negative, childbearing, motherhood, mother, pregnancy, children,.