«Eliza was exactly half pretty. Her head started out gorgeous on top and got steadily worse-looking the lower down you looked. She had wonderfully thick and curly brown hair and amazing huge eyes, and then a cute enough little button nose, but then around her mouth her face got smooshed up and miniature in a disturbing sort of preemie way, and she had very little chin.»
Jonathan Franzen, Freedom. A Novel, Toronto, HarperCollins, 2010, 562 p., p. 50.
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