Shooting the Moon Quotes

Frances O'Roark Dowell
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"My brother just left for Vietnam" (Chapter 1, p. 4).

"Oh, honey, you don't know anything about war. You're just a little girl" (Chapter 2, p. 21).

"I'm not really all that interested in photography" (Chapter 3, p. 32).

"Let's call this a combat-free zone, how 'bout it" (Chapter 4, p. 43).

"You can live your life or you can watch it" (Chapter 5, p. 47).

"I could put it on my wall, and then I could look at the moon anytime I wanted" (Chapter 6, p. 65).

"You know, Jamie, there's something—There's just this one thing you ought - Forget it. It Ain't important" (Chapter 7, p. 71).

"But he needs to go to college first, before he joins" (Chapter 8, p. 84).

"I'd say he's writing you a letter with every picture he takes" (Chapter 9, p. 97).

"Your daddy's a big-shot wheeler-dealer, I don't need to tell you that" (Chapter 10, p. 107).

"I don't need so many things from you, only one...

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