The End of Eddy by Edouard Louis

"The tall redhead, and the other with the hunchback, deliver their final blow. Then suddenly they would leave, already talking about something else. Banal, everyday talk -- and noticing that detail hurt me even more: I mattered less to them than they mattered to me. I devoted all my thoughts to them, all my anguish, from the moment I woke up. Their ability to forget me so quickly hurt."