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"The day broke gray and dull. The clouds hung heavily, and there was a rawness in the air that suggested snow," Chapter 1, p. 1.

"Philip came gradually to know the people he was to live with, and by fragments of conversation, some of it not meant for his ears, learned a good deal both about himself and about his dead parents,"
Chapter 5, p. 11.

"Philip had led always the solitary life of an only child, and his loneliness at the vicarage was no greater than it had been when his mother lived," Chapter 8, p. 20.

"Philip was completely scared. He could not make out why they were laughing at him. His heart beat so that he could hardly breathe, and he was more frightened then he had ever been in his life. He stood still stupidly while the boys ran round him, mimicking and laughing; they shouted to him to try and...

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