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Paolo Giordano, The Solitude of Prime Numbers Quotes: Mattia's voice no longer stirred anything in his stomach, but he was aware of the idea of him and always would be, as the only true benchmark for everything that had come afterward.
         

Mattia's voice no longer stirred anything in his stomach, but he was aware of the idea of him and always would be, as the only true benchmark for everything that had come afterward.


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Mattia's voice no longer stirred anything in his stomach, but he was aware of the idea of him and always would be, as the only true benchmark for everything that had come afterward.
         



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People took what they wanted, they clutched at coincidences, the few there were, and made a life from them. . . . Choices are made in brief seconds and paid for in the time that remains.

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Denis's love for Mattia had burned itself out, like a forgotten candle in an empty room, leaving behind a ravenous discontent.

Denis's love for Mattia had burned itself out, like a forgotten candle in an empty room, leaving behind a ravenous discontent.



By now he had learned. Choices are made in brief seconds and paid for in the time that remains.

By now he had learned. Choices are made in brief seconds and paid for in the time that remains.



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Mattia thought that he and Alice were like that, twin primes, alone and lost, close but not close enough to really touch each other.





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