...left behind the platform,—after the train tracks,—the fight with Kleb, which might not have been had.
Vertical as never before, Ralph now ran, as well as he might in such a condition, along Central Park West; thought, as he often had in the past, of the life they had had together, and would have had—neither of which might thrive without the will have to sustain, to fructify it.
Erika:—at that moment, standing front of the brownstone, waiting for the cab—his destination. She too stood in the rain that portended something. Stood, front of the brownstone, in the rain, and waiting with the same intensity of exertion as he who huffed, puffed, ran for no better reason than it were raining...
Bands or Musical Artists Whose Songs May Under No Circumstances Be Used in the Soundtracks of Films, here partially excerpted, is a chapter from the sixth section of , a novel forthcoming, by Zak Block