When we are young and self-absorbed we ask that question all the time.
In Confessions of an Ivy League Frat Boy, the self-induced, self-absorbed Greek tragedy of Andrew Lohse.
Edward, on the other hand, is a brooding, self-absorbed Byronic hero with ice-cold hands.
At Last is the fifth novel about Patrick Melrose, St Aubyn's unhappy and self-absorbed antihero.
It was all self-absorbed, shabby and suggestive of a leader about to take her troops over a cliff.
He had been silent and self-absorbed from the first, but he had never quite given up hope.
Flice followed with Keith, who was silent and self-absorbed.
Men and women are being dragged out of their self-absorbed corners and stirred up and shaken.
The chauffeur, who knew him well, had never found the priest so self-absorbed.
So self-absorbed were they that they gave no attention to the comings and goings of the master of the house.