A Miss Marple MysteryLarge Print - 2012
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Any coincidence is worth noting. You can always throw it away later if it's only a coincidence.
Miss Marple: "I was talking to myself, I'm afraid. [...] I'm afraid one does at my age."
'D'you know,' said Miss Marple to herself, 'it's extraordinary I never thought about it before. I believe, you know, I could be ruthless...'
Miss Marple: If you expect me to feel sympathy, regret, urge an unhappy childhood, blame bad environment; if you expect me in fact to weep over him, this young murderer of yours, I do not feel inclined so to do. I do not like evil beings who do evil things.
Professor Wanstead: Girls are said to mature earlier. That is physically true, though in a deeper sense of the word, they mature late. They remain childish longer [...]. They wish not to become adult--not to have to accept our kind of responsibility. And yet, like all children, they want to be thought grown-up and free to do what they think are grown-up things.
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