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"'It is no disgrace to be poor,' Uncle says, citing the Mexican saying - 'but it is very inconvenient.'"

"Sin padre, sin madre, sin perro que me ladre." Chapter 25 pg. 119 (Without a father, without a mother, and without even a dog that will call for me)

"San Martin de Caballero, trae al hombre que yo quiero." Chapter 22, pg. 102

"His wife didn't understand about art, how by creating something you can keep yourself from dying." Chapter 27, Pg. 127

"The soul never ages, the soul, ball of light tethered to that nuisance the body." Chapter 32, Pg. 149

"As in all wars, those who flourish are not the best people but the most clever and hard-hearted." Chapter 32, Pg. 149

"The Devil knows more from experience than from being the Devil." Chapter 34, Pg. 159

"When the labor began she felt her body lurch forward on its own accord like a piece of machinery, like a...

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