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"Spring, summer, and fall - save certain holy days - my mother and I, like every other Stromford villager, worked his fields from dawn to dusk."
Chap. 3, p. 14

"Like all villagers, we were required to ask the steward's permission to be excused from work if ill, to grind our wheat, or bake it, to buy or sell, to travel from our parish, to marry, even to baptize our children."
Chap. 4, p. 22

"When Adam plowed and Eve spun, who was then the gentleman?"
Chap. 19, p. 84

"As God in Heaven knows, both wheat and trust take a full season to grow."
Chap. 22, p. 101

"A wise man - he was a jester by trade - once told me that living by answers is a form of death. It's only questions that keep you living."
Chap. 24, p. 111

"If I knew anything it was that all men belonged to someone. Surely God Himself...

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