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"The man's face was reddened from many days in the wind and sun, a direct result of his new black clothes was that his brick-colored hands were constantly performing in a most conscious fashion." Chapter 1

"The blushes caused by the careless scrutiny of some passengers as she had entered the car were strange to see upon this plain, underclass countenance, which was drawn in placid, almost emotionless lines." Chapter 1

"To the minds of the pair, their surroundings reflected the glory of their marriage that morning in San Antonio." Chapter 1

"He subtly used all the manners of the most unconquerable kind of snobbery." Chapter 1

"He was now brining his bride before an innocent and unsuspecting community." Chapter 1

"Face to face with this girl in San Antonio and spurred by his sharp impulse, he had gone headlong over all the social hedges." Chapter 1

"It could only be exceeded by the burning...

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