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"'Leno Antiques. Don't Linger. Make Us Very Happy. Walk Up, Do.' This amused him. He took the two books, which he had been carrying under his arm, and put them upon his head; then he tiptoed across the courtyard, balancing them precariously until they fell, and he caught them."

Part 1, Chapter 1, pg. 8

"Harriet Scrope was not happy. She shifted in her decaying wicker chair as small pieces of its material dug into her back and buttocks: it was uncomfortable but she was used to its particular kind of discomfort, and now even took pleasure in it." Part 1, Chapter 2, pg. 24

"Across each sheet there were many lines of cramped handwriting in brown ink; they had the appearance of having been written at great speed or under the influence of some overpowering emotion, since extra lines had been written vertically down the margin of each page. It was as if...

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