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"1743 and a fine June morning. Blue water from the southwest, and Marguerite Ledoux taking her last sight of Marblehead as she crouched at the low railing of the Isabella B."
Part 1: Summer, p. 3

"All Oncle Pierre's belongings had been flung into the sea with him, even the precious violin and bow, so she and Grand'mere had nothing but their clothes and the little money bag with its few remaining coins."
Part 1: Summer, p. 8

"She caught her lips between her teeth lest Caleb should hear her crying with the pain."
Part 1: Summer, p. 21

"These savages could not all be so terrible if a Baron of France had taken one for his wife. Of that she felt certain."
Part 1: Summer, p. 37

"Seeing her fresh dress and white knitted stockings, Marguerite hung back, more than ever conscious of her own bare feet and the dingy, bedraggled Holland dress she had already half...

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