" 'It was Sophie's idea', Nathan explained further, 'and she's right. People look drab on the street. They all look alike, walking around in uniform. Clothes like these have individuality. Style. That's why it's fun when people stare at us.' ...'Dress is important. It's part of being human. It might as well be a thing of beauty, something you can take real pleasure in doing. And maybe in the process give other people pleasure.' "
- Chapter 3, 'Sophie's Choice', William Styron
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