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"He always believed he loved his daughter, but the fear of rabies obliged the Marquis to admit to himself that this was a lie for the sake of convenience." Chap. 1, p. 16

"'Books are worthless'" Abrenuncio said with good humor. 'Life has helped me cure the diseases that other doctors cause with their medicines.'" Chap. 1, p. 28

"Bernarda was appalled. She preferred to die just as she was, alone and naked, rather than to place her honor in the hands of a grasping Jew. He had been her parents' doctor, and they had repudiated him because he divulged the condition of his patients in order to glorify his diagnoses." Chap. 1, p. 30

"'In the meantime,' said Abrenuncio, 'play music for her, fill the house with flowers, have the birds sing, take her to the oceans to see the sunsets, give her everything that can make her happy.'"
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