Mudbound Quotes

Hillary Jordan
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"Henry and I dug the hole seven feet deep. Any shallower and the corpse was liable to come rising up during the next flood: Howdy boys! Remember me?" Part 1, pg. 12

"I was glad Henry wasn't there to hear the satisfaction in her voice." Part 1, pg. 17

"I was never beautiful like my sisters." Part 1, pg. 20

"Rebuild and replant: that's what farmers do in the Delta." Part 1, pg. 60

"As we went by him, I traded another glance with him through the open window of the car. His eyes were defiant, and they were shining." Part 2, pg. 106

"It wasn't personal. The Jerries were the enemy, and while I tried to account for as many as I could, I didn't hate them. Not till the twenty-ninth of April 1945. That was the day we got to Dachau."
Part 2, pgs. 110-111

"I loved all my children, but I loved Ronsel the most. If that was...

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