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"Would they ever study regular subjects, like the other classes did? Calder didn't care. What they were doing was real exploration, real thinking - not just finding out about what a bunch of dead, famous grown-ups believed. Ms. Hussey was cool" (Chapter Two, p. 7).

"'Picasso said that art is a lie, but a lie that tells the truth"' (Chapter Four, p. 36).

"His thought was that most people bent over backward to fit everything that happened to them into something they could understand" (Chapter Five, p. 45).

"The woman was gazing directly into Petra's eyes. Her expression was knowing, filled with kindness and interest, and she had the look of someone who understood without being told" (Chapter Five, p. 47-48).

'"I love hearing about people who figure things out for themselves. Plus, I love to think about things that no one understands. Yet'" (Chapter Seven, p. 63).

'"It seems...

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