Pale Horse, Pale Rider: Three Short Novels Quotes

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"The little girls loved the theater, that world of personages taller than human beings, who swept upon the scene and invested it with their presences, their more than human voices, their gestures of gods and goddesses ruling a universe" (Old Mortality, Part One, pg. 13.)

"She lives again who suffered life,
Then suffered death, and now set free
A singing angel, she forgets
The griefs of old mortality"
(Old Mortality, Part One, pg. 17.)



"That was the longest and loneliest night and yet it will not end and let the day come. Shall I ever see light again?" (Pale Horse, Pale Rider, Section Four, pg. 257.)

"She wanted to believe that tomorrow, or at least the day after, life, such a battle at best, was going to be better" (Noon Wine, Section One, pg. 101.)

"It was enviable, enviable, that they could sit quietly together and have the same expression on their faces...

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