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"Why is it, Tovah, that in Russia, no matter what the trouble, the blame always falls upon the Jews?"
Page 6

"I have never been in another country before, not even in another village."
Page 20

"In my sleep, I had clawed at my chest until it bled."
Page 25

"It is odd to see Mama and Papa and Nathan so changed."
Page 35

"How can I live without Mama and Papa to care for me, to protect me?"
Page 44

"Kissing the hand of the milkman, I felt at last I could say good-bye to Uncle Zeb too."
Page 65

"I cried until I was empty of tears. Then I was still. As still as the sea after a storm."
Page 86

"'It's not just the ringworm that concerns them,' said the lady from the HIAS. 'It's your hair.'"
Page 95

"Then I knew. The boy was a peasant. A Russian peasant. Here, sitting...

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