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Inside this Book – I was thinking about how Jennifer Moreau had told me I was never to describe her beauty, not to her, or to anyone else. When I asked her why I was silenced in this way, she said, ‘Because you only have old words to describe me.’ This was on my mind when I stepped on to the zebra crossing with its black-and-white stripes at which all vehicles must stop to allow pedestrians to cross the road. A car was coming towards me but it did not stop. I had to jump backwards and fell on my hip, using my hands to protect myself from the fall. The car stalled and a man rolled down the window. He was in his sixties, silver hair, dark eyes, thin lips. He asked if I was okay. When I did not answer he stepped out of his car. ‘I apologize,’ he said. ‘You walked on to the crossing and I slowed down, preparing to stop, but then you changed your mind and walked back to the kerb.’ His eyelids were quivering at the corners. ‘And then without warning you lurched forward on to the crossing.’ I smiled at his careful reconstruction of history, blatantly told in his favour. He furtively glanced at his car to check if it had been damaged. The wing mirror had shattered. His thin lips parted and he sighed sorrowfully, muttering something about how he had ordered the mirror from Milan.
Inside this book –The Man Who Saw Everything PDF Book by Deborah Levy – To thank Jennifer for her time, I bought six oysters from the fishmonger and a bottle of dry white. We spent the next couple of hours in her bed while her two flatmates, Saanvi and Claudia, were out. It was a poky, dark basement flat, but they all enjoyed living there and seemed to get along. Claudia was a vegan who was always soaking some sort of seaweed in a bowl of water in the kitchen. When we kissed fully clothed on the bed, her pilot cap kept falling over her eyes, which really turned me on. Now and again blue lights flashed in my head, but I didn’t tell Jennifer, who was playing with the string of pearls I always wore around my neck. When I finally took off my white trousers, she noticed that I had a large bruise on my right thigh and both my knees were grazed and bleeding. ‘Can you tell me what actually happened, Saul?’ I told her more about how I had nearly been run over just before she arrived and how I was embarrassed about picking up the packet of condoms. She laughed and then slurped an oyster and threw the shell on the floor. ‘We should look for pearls inside those oysters,’ she said. ‘Maybe we could make you another necklace?’ She wanted to know why I was so keen to go to East Germany, what with its citizens stuck behind that wall and the Stasi spying on everyone. Perhaps it wasn’t a safe place to visit. Why didn’t I do my research in West Berlin so she could visit me and we could go to concerts and drink cheap beer? I’m not sure Jennifer truly believed I was a scholar and not a rock star. ‘Your eyes are so blue,’ she said, climbing on top of me and sitting astride my hips. ‘It’s quite unusual to have intense black hair and even more intense blue eyes. You are much prettier than I am. I want your cock inside me all the time. Everyone is frightened in the GDR aren’t they? I still don’t understand how the people of a whole country can be locked up behind a wall and not be allowed to leave.’
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- Full Book Name – The Man Who Saw Everything
- Author of this Book – Deborah Levy
- Language – English
- Book Genre – Novel, Fiction, Lgbt, Literature
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