In Search of Lost Time by Marcel Proust
'One cannot change, that is to say become a different person,
while continuing to acquiesce to the feelings of the person one has ceased to be'
The Late Monsieur Gallet by Georges Simenon
'The inspector knew the mentality of malefactors, criminals and crooks.
He knew that you always find some kind of passion at the root of it'
A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess
'The knives in the milk-plus were stabbing away nice and horrorshow now'