Some Luck Quotes

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Cousin Josie’s boy got up one morning and was dead of cholera by the time he went to bed that night.
-- Eloise (Chapter 1921 paragraph 8)

Importance: Eloise is conveying her mother’s fears that if Rosanna doesn’t have her son baptized as required in the Catholic Church, that he may be condemned to hell if he dies.

He [Frank] felt that a great wind was blowing inside of him, and that it would blow him right out of the bed and back down the stairs if she took him up there and laid him down. He hid as best he could and he also made himself a little rigid – harder to pick up and easier to protest that way.
-- Narrator (Chapter 1924 paragraph 17)

Importance: Frank feels a compelling spirit within himself from the time he is a toddler. This quote captures the independent and rebellious spirit that he has possessed since childhood and carried on into adulthood.

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-- Narrator (Chapter 1926 paragraph 3)

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