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Sawyer&Kate || Quotes from The Fountainhead

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Uploaded on Aug 8, 2010

The Fountainhead was the book Sawyer read when separated from Kate. It is also my favorite book. The main characters are Howard Roark and Dominique Francon. They are in love, but he lets her go for some long years, because she is afraid of the world's and other people's power to crush everything that is important to her.

I have taken out some quotes from the book, simplified them a little bit and made a video with Sawyer and Kate.

Here are full quotes I have used:

"Why do you always stare at me?" she asked sharply. She thought with relief that words were the best means of estrangement. She had denied everything they both knew by naming it wrong.

"We never need to say anything to each other when we're together. This is - for the time when we won't be together. I love you, Dominique. As selfishly as the fact that I exist. As selfishly as my lungs breath air. The kind of surrender I could have from you now would give me nothing but an empty hulk. If I demanded it, I'd destroy you. That's why I won't stop you. I'll let you go. I don't know how I'll live through tonight, but I will. I want you whole, as I am, as you'll remain in the battle you've chosen. You must learn not to be afraid of the world. When you have, you'll come back to me. They won't destroy me. And they won't destroy you. I'll wait for you. I love you. I'm saying this now for all the years we'll have to wait. I love you"

But the thought of her remained. He watched it with curiosity. It was strange to be conscious of another person's existence, to feel it as a close, urgent necessity; a necessity without qualifications, neither pleasant nor painful, merely final like an ultimatum. It was important to know that she existed in the world; it was important to think of her, of how she had awakened this morning, of how she moved, with her body still his, now his forever, of what she thought.

Then he kissed her and let her go.

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