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A Gathering of Days Quotes

Joan W. Blos
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"Are you going to marry Aunt Lucy? Sophy says her mother says that's what you ought to do." Chapter 3, p. 18.

"You tell Sophy," Father said, and poked a thread through his needle, "you tell Sophy and her mother we're doing fine just as we are. Would you not say so, Cath'rine?" Chapter 3, p. 19.

"So if the ladies are wanting a wedding - they'll have to find them another man, if not another maid." Chapter 3, p. 19

"Asa," I said, "we must go home. I have to think on it." Chapter 3, p. 24.

"Skin soon cools," he said with a shrug, "and I had rather accept a beating than, by my denial, risk another's life." Chapter 5, p. 33.

"Any work worth doing," recites Mrs. Shipman, "is worth doing well." Chapter 10, p. 64.

"Now my countrymen, for so you are still, I go back to Russia, as an honest man!" Chapter 9, p. 58.

"And you my...

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