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"The writing I learned of my brother Edward, but the words are my own."
19th Day of September, p. 3

"The stars and my family align to make my life black and miserable."
24th Day of September, Front Matter

"Why must the lady of the manor do all the least lovable tasks? I'd rather be the pig boy."
1st Day of October, p. 13

"I think I love geese more than any other birds because no one else does. . . They are cunning, greedy, shortsighted, and stubborn - much like me, now that I think on it."
15th Day of October, p. 30

"The beast my father roared especially ugly roars today. I never seem to please him, although it is true I never try."
3rd Day of November, p. 44

"Would I choose to die rather than be forced to marry? I hope to avoid the issue, for I do not think...

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