- Zenigata: Are you serious about being my friend?
- Lupin: I may be a thief, but you can't accuse me of ever lying about anything...
- Zenigata: That's true...
What am I? Now and then long ago
I came for a few seconds quite close
to ME, to ME, to ME.
But the moment I caught sight of ME
I lost ME—there was only a hole
through which I fell like Alice.
— Tomas Tranströmer, from “Portrait with Commentary” in The Great Enigma: New Collected Poems, translated from the Swedish by Robin Fulton (New Directions Books, 2006)