Suite Scarlett Quotes

Maureen Johnson
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"What is most unusual about the Hopewell, though, is the total involvement of the large Martin family who own and run the hotel. Though the service is occasionally patchy, the personal touch makes all the difference" ( 'Act I,' p. 2).

"No points for style. Really, it sucked through and through. In fact, I think that was the most suck ever compacted into ten minutes. You couldn't cram any more in" ('Sink, Sank, Sunk,' p. 18).

"Nobody wants to be poor. But you need to use some sense if you want to avoid ending up that way. Look at us. Look at where we live...We should be rich, too. But we're not. I'm pretty sure we barely own this place anymore. We can live in it, but if we left it, we'd have nothing but debt. This place owns us" ( 'The Good Ship Reality Has Docked,' p...

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