David Caravaggio quotes

So. I come across the hospital convoy, I'm looking for this stuff. This nurse, Mary, tells me about you and Hana, hiding in some monastery, in what you call it — retreat - how you'd come in from the desert and you were burned and you didn't remember your name, but you knew the words to every song that ever was and you had one possession - a copy of w:Herodotus and it was filled with letters and cuttings, and then I know it was you. . . I'd seen you writing in that book. At the embassy in Cairo, when I had thumbs, and you had a face. And a name. [to Almásy]

In Italy, there's always chickens, but no eggs. In Africa there's eggs, but never chickens. Who separated them?

Ask him. Ask your saint who he is. Ask him who he's killed. [to Hana]

There was a result to what you did! [to Almásy]

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