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"It was not their fault that their family's luck held good; but this was not the place to display good fortunes" (Chapter 1, p. 3).

"That was a dangerous envy to be spoken aloud, that envy of the lords, warm and safe in their castles, well fed, with soldiers to protect them" (Chapter 1, p. 5).

"Will he be Jackaroo then, think you" (Chapter 2, p. 19).

"You've a sharp eye as well as a good heart, Innkeeper's daughter" (Chapter 2, p. 25).

"From the north the Kingdom was like a walled city, with the mountains preventing entrance...Nobody knew anything of the lands beyond the mountains" (Chapter 5, p. 51).

"Do you think there's trouble coming?"
"Trouble's here, Innkeeper's daughter"
(Chapter 5, p. 57).

"Gwyn took the Lordling by the arm and pulled him behind her toward the hut" (Chapter 8, p. 100).

"You could come and serve us. Except, we wouldn't be able to talk like this. We're never alone with...

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Jackaroo from Beacham's Encyclopedia of Popular Fiction and Beacham's Guide to Literature for Young Adults. ©2005-2006 Thomson Gale, a part of the Thomson Corporation. All rights reserved.
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