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'She was in appearance small, wispy and wiry, somewhat insignificant from the front view, and totally so from the back.' Chapter 1, pgs 7-8

'As soon as she had gone, the groups of guests re-formed themselves, as the cattle had done when Raven took the old horse aside.' Chapter 2, pgs 27-28

'That's all right, Miss. I'm Christine Gipping, I'll take her. We've got Kleenex at ours - they're more hygienic.' Chapter 3 pg 31

'Among these the popular war reminiscences, in jackets of khaki and blood-red, faced each other as rivals with bristling hostility.' Chapter 3 pgs 38-39

'The wet sand and shingle sank as though unwilling to bear her slight weight, and then oozed up again, filling her footprints with glittering water. To leave a mark of any kind was exhilarating.' Chapter 5, pg 60

'The truth was that Florence Green had not been brought up to understand nature's...

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