The Buried 9.2分
读书笔记 chapter 26
But once the winter settled in, he often suffered from depression. He had never lived anywhere with such short, dark days. Sometimes the gloom reflected on the expressions of Germans. “When you look at the faces on the metro, on a working day, it’s very sad,” Manu told me once. “It’s depressing. ‘Why are you so sad? You’re living in one of the best countries in the world!’ It doesn’t make any sense. Egyptians, they have all the disasters in the world, but they always make fun of the disasters. If something horrible happens, then one hour after they start making fun of it.”
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