"But you didn't lose touch with a place when it wasn't there any more," Mr. Trevor writes.
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"[Florian] had a way of holding a cigarette," Mr. Trevor writes. "When he'd offered her one he'd tapped one out of the packet for himself and hadn't lit it. The rest of the time he was with her he'd held it, unlit, between his fingers."