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"You're giving a hundred-and-fifty-dollar saddle to a thirty-dollar-a-month cowboy. That wouldn't make sense to a crazy man. And it sure don't to me." (Part I, Chapter One, page 4)

"You'll just stay right where you are. And if I tell you to plow, by god, you plow." (Part I, Chapter Three, page 22)

"I know there's food in the world who say poverty is holy, but you let them go without shoes some cold winter, like I did when I was a kid, and then see how holy they think it is. Being poor just makes people little and mean." (Part I, Chapter Three, page 23)

"It made me pretty down in the mouth, finding out that I wasn't the first feller ever to spend a night with Molly." (Part I, Chapter Seven, page 53)

"The best way in the world to get poor is to start living rich." (Part I, Chapter...

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