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"After a moment [Ulysses] smiled the smile of the Macauley people - the gentle, wise, secret smile which said 'yes' to all things." p. 5

"[Ulysses] looked at [the egg] a moment, picked it up, brought it to his mother and very carefully handed it to her, by which he meant what no man can guess and no child can remember to tell." p. 5

"...nothing good ever ends. If it did, there would be no people in the world - no life at all, anywhere. And the world is full of people and full of wonderful life." p. 20

"The messenger ... was most eager to see who this person would be - this woman named Rosa Sandoval who was now to hear of murder in the world and to feel it in herself." p. 23

"...he felt great compassion, not for the poor woman alone, but for all things and the...

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