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"His mind is engaged in a rapt contemplation of the thought, of the thought, of the thought of his name: His ineffable effable, effanineffable, deep and inscrutable singular name." Chapter 1, page 12

"So she's formed from that lot of disorderly louts, a troop of well-disciplined Boy Scouts, with a purpose in life and a good deed to do - and she's even created a Beetles' Tattoo." Chapter 2, page 16.

"Woe to the pampered Pekinese who faced Growltiger's rage." Chapter 3, page 17.

"Disposed to relaxation, and awaiting no surprise, but the moonlight shone reflected from a hundred bright blue eyes." Chapter 3, page 18.

"The ruthless foe pressed forward, in stubborn rank on rank: Growltiger to his vast surprise, was forced to walk the plank. He who a hundred victims and driven to that drop, at the end of all his crimes was forced to go ker-flip, ker-flop." Chapter 3, page 19.

"Yes, the Rum Tum Tugger...

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