Victor’s Father Quotes in The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven
During the sixties, my father was the perfect hippie, since all the hippies were trying to be Indians.
These days, living alone in Spokane, I wish I lived closer to the river, to the falls where ghosts of salmon jump. I wish I could sleep. I put down my paper or book and turn off the lights, lie quietly in the dark. It may take hours, even years, for me to sleep again. There’s nothing surprising or disappointing in that. I know how all my dreams end anyway.