"… he preferred to think he had made an error in the telling. He had gone about it the wrong way. He had been naïve, and from now on he would be sophisticated. He wasn’t ever again going to make the mistake of confusing a person with an idea. Ideas were ideas, and people were just people. He now understood that he was in a relationship with Prague, and if he had been hurt, it was Prague that had hurt him."
Caleb Crain - Necessary Errors (2013)