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"And that was the October week when they grew up overnight, and were never so young anymore ..." Prologue, pg. 1

"That's Charles William Halloway, thought Will, not grandfather, not far-wandering, ancient uncle, as some might think, but ... my father." Chapter 2, pg. 11

"Will watched, wondering why this woman was so happy and this man so sad." Chapter 8, pg. 26

"The train just stood in the middle of the dry autumn field, no one in the locomotive, no one in the tender, no one in any of the cars behind, all black under the moon, and just the small sound of its metal cooling, ticking on the rails." Chapter 12, pg. 37

"The carousel wheeled, a great back-drifting lunar dream, the horses thrusting, the music in-gasped after, while Mr. Cooger, as simple as shadows, as simple as light, as simple as time, got younger. And younger. And younger." Chapter 18, pg. 56

"Running, Will knew he was...

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