Sycamore Row Quotes

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"Later evidence would reveal that Seth had been a man on a mission."
-- Narrator (chapter 1 paragraph 4)

Importance: This quote implies all that will come out in the book, including the fact that Seth planned his own death, wrote a new will, and left everything to a woman to whom he felt his family owed a huge apology.

"There had been efforts at reconciliation, usually at Herschel’s urging, and Seth, to his credit, had hung on for a while and tried to tolerate his son, and his grandkids."
-- Herschel (chapter 4 paragraph 2)

Importance: This quote shows the estrangement between Seth and his kids and grandkids.

"It was no surprise that Seth Hubbard hated the lawyers in Clanton. Most litigants, divorce or otherwise, who ran afoul of Harry Red Vonner were miserable for the rest of their lives and loathed everything about the legal profession. Seth wasn’t the first to commit suicide."
-- Jake (chapter 5 paragraph 5)

Importance: This quote shows how ruthless Harry Rex...

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