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"Father was smiling and very gay but when the Hato's whistle blasted three times, meaning it was time to go, he said good-by to us between clenched teeth. I clung to him for a long time." Chapter 2, pg. 27

"I saw a tall man standing on the wall of Fort Amsterdam, waving at us. I knew it was my father. I'll never forget that tall, lonely figure standing on the sea wall." Chapter 2, pg. 27

"I blurted out, 'I wouldn't even be here with you if it wasn't for my mother.'

I knew Timothy was staring at me through the darkness when he said, 'She started dis terrible wahr, eh, young bahss?"' Chapter 3, pg. 39

"Something slapped up against my leg, and I thought it was Timothy. I knew how to swim, but didn't know which way to go. So I was treading...

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