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"We're all horribly long-lived" (Chapter 1, p. 4).

"Your face is so small that you must add height to it bya pompadour effect" (Chapter 2, p. 9).

"Mother, would you mind calling me Valancy after this" (Chapter 3, p. 11).

"I don't envy Jennie the man, but I do envy her the house" (Chapter 4, p. 15).

"Twenty-nine. Dear me, Doss, you're dangerously near the second corner and not even thinking of getting married yet" (Chapter 5, p. 16).

"The doctor forgot all about me" (Chapter 6, p. 20).

"Doss, what on earth are you doing? Have you gone crazy" (Chapter 7, p. 23).

"It's not ladylike to have feelings" (Chapter 8, p. 28).

"A house like that is blasphemy" (Chapter 9, p. 36).

"She has no social presence whatever" (Chapter 10, p. 37).

"The greatest happiness is to sneeze when you want to" (Chapter 11, p. 42).

"I wish that I may have one little dust-pile before I die" (Chapter 12, p. 52).

"There's nothing the matter with my mind" (Chapter...

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