A party marooned by a shipwreck

Families—all families—are complicated and rarely perfectly behaved.

As Jono explains in Michael Chabon’s The Yiddish Policemen’s Union:

“It never takes longer than a few minutes, when they get together, for everyone to revert to the state of nature, like a party marooned by a shipwreck. That’s what a family is.”

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