Dust Tracks on a Road Quotes

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"I was always asking and making myself a crow in a pigeon's nest" (p. 25).

"Company got the preference in toilet paper to" (p. 17).

"So that when Mama suggested that the old Potts place be sold so that she could bring her share back with her from Florida, her mother urged on by Uncle Bud, Mama's oldest brother, refused" (p. 63).

"I do not think that the money part worried Mama as much as the injustice and spitefulness of the thing" (p. 63).

"The rod of compelment was laid to my back. I must go the way" (p. 86).

"The five years following my leaving the school at Jacksonville were haunted. I was shifted from house to house of my relatives and friends and found comfort nowhere," (p. 87).

"This book reading was a hold-back and an unrelieved evil" (p. 88).

"It seems to me that trying to live without friends, is like milking...

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