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"Satan himself gave away the bridegroom, while four evil spirits held the poles of the canopy which had turned into writhing pythons. Four dogs escorted the groom. Hodle's dress fell from her and she stood naked. Her breasts hung down to her nqavel and her feet were webbed. Her hair was a wilderness of worms and catepillars. The groom held out a triangular ring" (The Gentleman from Cracow, pg. 25.)

"He [Abba] would walk into clothes closets, lock himself into the bathroom and forget how to come oujt; the doorbell and the radio frightened him; and he suffereed constant anxiety because of the cars that raced past the house" (The Little Shoemakers, pg. 55.)

"Powers long dormant awakened in him [Dr. Fischelson]. Although he had had only a sip of the benediction wine, he was as if intoxicated. He kissed Dobbe and spoke to her of love. Long-forgotten quotations from...

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