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"'Mrs. Greenleaf,' Tom said gently, 'I want you to know that I'll do everything I can to make Dickie come back."' Chapter 3, pg. 20

"Considering what Aunt Dottie might have sent him, with her income, the cheques were an insult. Aunt Dottie insisted that his upbringing had cost her more than his father had left in insurance, and maybe it had, but did she have to keep rubbing it in his face? Did anybody human keep rubbing a thing like that in a child's face?" Chapter 3, pg. 37

"He'd let a few days go by, he thought. The first step, anyway, was to make Dickie like him. That he wanted more than anything else in the world." Chapter 8, pg. 53

"Dickie even said, 'Thank you, Mr. Greenleaf,' when Tom paid the carozza driver. Tom felt a little weird." Chapter 9, pg. 67

"'Marge, you must understand that I don't love you...

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