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: Nothing human disgusts me, Mr. Shannon, unless it's unkind, violent.
: There are worse things than chastity, Mr. Shannon. Lawrence Shannon
: Yes: lunacy and death.
T. Lawrence Shannon
: I'm panicking! Hannah Jelkes
: I know that. T. Lawrence Shannon
: A man can die of panic! Hannah Jelkes
: Not when he enjoys it as much as you do, Dr. Shannon.
: Who wouldn't like to atone for the sins of themselves, and the world, if it could be done in a hammock with ropes, instead of on a Cross, with nails? On a green hilltop, instead of Golgotha, the Place of the Skulls? Isn't that a comparatively comfortable, almost voluptuous Crucifixion to suffer for the sins of the world, Mr. Shannon?
: Oh God, please can't we stop now?
: I can't stand for a person I respect to behave like a small, cruel boy. T. Lawrence Shannon
: And what do you respect in me, miss thin, standing-up, female Buddha?
: Some people take a drink. Some people take a pill. I just take a few deep breaths.
: The trouble is Shannon - I caught the vibrations between you two. Hannah Jelkes
: Mrs. Faulk, I'm a New England spinster who is pushing forty. Maxine Faulk
: Well who the hell isn't?