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J. L. Carr
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"But I knew it was there. And I knew it was a Judgment. It was bound to be a Judgment because they always got the plum spots where parishes couldn't avoid seeing the God-awful things that would happen to them if they didn't fork out their tithes or marry the girls they'd got with child." Pg. 12

"The marvelous thing was coming into this haven of calm water and, for a season, not having to worry my head with anything but uncovering their wall-painting for them. And, afterwards, perhaps I could make a new start, forget what the War and the rows with Vinny had done to me and begin where I'd left off. This is what I need, I thought—a new start and, afterwards, maybe I won't be a casualty anymore." Pg. 15

"I liked him [Moon] from that first encounter: he was his own man. And he...

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