Quote by Samuel Beckett
Let me go to hell, that's all I ask, and go on cursing them there, and them look down and hear me, that might take some of the shine off their bliss.
This quote emphasizes the speaker's desire for justice and retribution. They express their willingness to endure suffering in hell if it means they can continue to vent their anger and curses towards those who have wronged them. By urging their oppressors to witness their suffering, the speaker hopes to diminish their happiness or satisfaction with the belief that justice may be served in some form.
Suddenly she knew. She knew! Love. That was what she had that IT did not have. She had Mrs. Whatsit's love, and her father's, and mother's, and the real Charles Wallace's love, and the twins', and Aunt Beast's. And she had her love for them. But how could she use it? What was she meant to do?