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"They talked of many things as we drove along. They were always talking, and they talked all the way back to my grandmother's house. They spoke of many things but never, once, my grandfather." Chap. 1, p. 12

"I didn't have any friends at school, didn't want any. I felt better being alone. I sat on a bench and watched the other play and they looked foolish to me." Chap. 6, p. 29

"He reached and took down the razor strop which hung from a hook. It was going to be the first of many such beatings, which would recur more and more often. Always, I felt, without real reason." Chap. 8, p. 39

"Practice, that's all it took. All a guy needed was a chance. Somebody was always controlling who got a chance and who didn't." Chap. 15, p. 62

"'I let the air out of Chuck's football. I looked up a little girl's dress. I...

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