One Plus One Equals Zero / The Two Snakes Quotes in In the Lake of the Woods
The In the Lake of the Woods quotes below all refer to the symbol of One Plus One Equals Zero / The Two Snakes. For each quote, you can also see the other characters and themes related to it (each theme is indicated by its own dot and icon, like this one: Note: all page numbers and citation info for the quotes below refer to the Penguin Books edition of In the Lake of the Woods published in 1995.).
Chapter 10 Quotes
They would live in perfect knowledge, all things visible, all things invisible, no wires or strings, just that large dark world where one plus one would always come to zero.
Related Symbols: One Plus One Equals Zero / The Two Snakes
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One Plus One Equals Zero / The Two Snakes Symbol Timeline in In the Lake of the Woods
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Chapter 10: The Nature of Love
...As he stares at her, Sorcerer pictures Weatherby, and his father’s coffin. He imagines two snakes eating each other, and dreams of the possibility that they eat all of each other,... (full context)
Chapter 23: Where They Looked
...about magic, and contemplates a “last nifty illusion,” a piece of “casual transportation,” similar to snakes eating one another. As he thinks, he remembers his father, and thinks that he knows... (full context)
Chapter 30: Evidence
...Vincent that something doesn’t add up about Kathy disappearance. He says that John is wrong: one plus one never equals zero. Ruth Rasmussen says that Claude was angry when the police dug up... (full context)