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"The Forrester place, as everyone called it, was not at all remarkable; the people who lived there made it seem much larger and finer than it was" (Part One, (Chapter One, p. 1).

"Mrs. Forrester was twenty-five years younger than her husband, and she was his second wife" (Part One, Chapter One, p. 3).

"George and Niel were already old enough to see for themselves that she was different from the other townswomen, and to reflect upon what it was that made her so" (Part One, Chapter Two, p. 6).

"Except for the fact that he was Judge Pommeroy's nephew, Niel would have been one of the boys to whom Mrs. Forrester would have merely nodded brightly as she passed" (Part One, Chapter Two, p. 11).

"Niel Herbert's father was one of the first failures to be crowded to the wall" (Part One, Chapter Three, p. 13).

"She laughed as if the idea of...

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