— John Steinbeck, The Grapes of Wrath (via likeafieldmouse)
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"Why?" Sandry demanded, quivering as if she might yet flee him. "Why do you have such a distaste for it, when so many other men do not?”
Ambros cleared his throat. “You judge us all by the actions of a few, cousin.
Ealaga sighed. “Really my dear husband, for a man who is so clever, you can be so shortsighted,” she said with unhappy patience. “What else is she supposed to do, when any unmarried woman of western Namorn must live her life and judge all men by those few who have successfully stolen women away? Each time a man succeeds, we place our daughters and our sisters under new safeguards. We put their lives under new restrictions. We give them new signs that a man in who’s company they find themselves might plan to kidnap them. Don’t we teach our women to view all men according to the actions of a few?”
Ambros stared at his wife, speechless."
— The Will of the Empress, by Tamora Pierce (via sploadygoat)