Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage (short story) Quotes

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She counted her change, too. But not the way an old lady would count it—she held it in her hand and flicked her eyes over it, but you could tell she didn’t miss a penny. She then turned away rudely, without a goodbye.
-- Narration (N/A)

Importance: This piece of narration describes one of the station agent's observations of Johanna during his interaction with her. This description helps to introduce the reader to the efficiency and determination that is so integral to her identity.

It wasn’t that she suddenly started thinking she was pretty or anything. Just that her eyes were a nice color.
-- Narration (N/A)

Importance: Johanna has this thought after the woman in the dress shop compliments her eyes. This apparently rare moment of self-admiration in Johanna implicitly reflects her reserved excitement at the prospect of soon being married.

The man had jumped the gun and enlisted Johanna in his scheme.
-- Narration (N/A)

Importance: This...

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