I must admit it’s a surprise to find myself here, still talking to you. I prefer to think of it as talking, although of course it isn’t: I’m saying nothing, you’re hearing nothing. The only thing between us is this black line: a thread thrown onto the empty page, into the empty air.

Margaret Atwood. The Blind Assassin. New York: Anchor (2001) p. 487
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