"That evening, at table, the conversation turned on animals which live in caves or at the bottom of the sea. Kate told her daughters:
'There are no monsters, because they don't know they're monsters in the eyes of the others. They're as innocent as we are, they love their little ones as we do; God made them like that. He's the loving Father of snakes, and thieves, and murderers.'
And they were all filled with compassion for monsters.”
— Henri-Pierre Roché, Jules et Jim