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"Fall came on with a softness, so that Brian didn't realize what was in store—a hard-spined north woods winter—until it was nearly too late." Part 1, Fall: Chapter 1, pg. 5.

"Brian took foolbirds or rabbits every day and on one single day he took three foolbirds." Part 1, Fall: Chapter 2, pg. 15.

"But still worse, with the rain he did not think he could hunt and so had no food." Part 1, Fall: Chapter 4, pg. 33.

"And Brian was alone." Part 1, Fall: Chapter 5, pg. 45.

"He would hunt big tomorrow, he thought. He would try to get a deer." Part 1, Fall: Chapter 6, pg. 58.

"Time seemed to stop." Part 2, Winter: Chapter 9, pg. 77.

"A good—no, he thought, his brain closing down, a great day. A meat day. A moose day." Part 2, Winter: Chapter 10, pg. 85.

"He could do that. Have a Thanksgiving meal." Part 2, Winter: Chapter 12, pg. 92.

"By the third shot he was...

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