Dear all, Could you please help me out with a difficulty in the novel by Dennis Lehane 'Gone, Baby, Gone'? “’Member the night Glynn shot me?” Angie said. “Yeah.” [said Patrick] “Just before it happened, I remember struggling with you and Evandro in the dark, all the candles in my bedroom flickering like eyes, and I thought: I can’t do this anymore. [Angie said] The phrase in red refers the reader to another of Lihane's novels "Give Me Your Hand, Darkness" (or something like this). I have read it's text in Russian and I vouch that Angie and Patrick being (as usual) allies withstand (resist) Evandro. The question: is it possible to interpret I remember struggling with you and Evandro as I remember we (you, Patrick, and me) were struggling against Evandro? This is of course a stretch invented to find some sense in the otherwise senseless phrase.