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"Poseidon, as I knew, can look like a man or like a horse, whichever he chooses. In his man shape, it was said, he had begotten me." Book 1: Chapter 1: Page 4

"I swore your father the oath gods dare not break; or I would not do it. I promised him by the River, and the Daughters of Night, not to tell you who you are, unless by yourself you could lift this stone." Book 1: Chapter 3: Page 34

"To kill the man who killed someone last year, and lie with her four seasons to bless the corn, till she gets up from my bed to fetch my killer to me? Is that my moira?" Book 2: Chapter 1: Page 65

"'Lady,' I said, 'I never yet beat a woman; but I never saw one so forget herself'" Book 2: Chapter 2: Page 93

"You have struck at me with other men's hands. Come out now, and use...

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