Dead End in Norvelt Quotes

Jack Gantos
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"Helping others is a far greater reward than doing it for money." (Chapter 1, page 5)

"Something had to be wrong with me, but one really good advantage about being dirt-poor is that you can't afford to go to the doctor and get bad news." (Chapter 1, page 9)

"I guess you could say the obits are the honey to attract readers." (Chapter 2, page 32)

"Don't ever go to war. Even if you win, the battle is never over inside you." Chapter 6, page 87)

"Be suspicious of history that is written by the conquerors." (Chapter 7, page 90)

"You should be euthanized like a garden pest." (Chapter 10, page 135)

"Miss Volker cares, and she said he has brought a death plague into this town and that people better beware or they'll drop dead." (Chapter 10, page 145)

"'We always got three gifts,' Mom explained. 'they were good, better, and best. A good gift was always something useful, so...

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