"Exile must be a terrible thing," said Norton sympathetically.
“Actually,” said Amalfitano, “now I see it as a natural movement, something that, in it’s way, helps to abolish fate, or what is generally thought of as fate.”
“But exile,” said Pelletier, “is full of inconveniences, of skips and breaks that essentially keep recurring and interfere with anything you try to do that’s important.”
“That’s just what I mean by abolishing fate,” said Amalfitano. “But again, I beg your pardon.”