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"Instead, he could stereotypically be found, as the explorer John Fremont described the uber-frontiersman Kit Carson, 'mounted on a fine horse without a saddle and scouring bareheaded over the prairies.'"
(Chapter 1, page 5)

"If we don't cultivate our own food supply any more, do we need to pay attention to the idea of, say, seasons? Is there any difference between winter and summer if we can eat strawberries every day?"
(Chapter 1, page 15)


"If people love the Bible so much, Eustace wondered, why couldn't they just obey the clear instructions it offers and quit lying, cheating, stealing, murdering, and whoremongering?"
(Chapter 3, page 55)

"No, Eustace wanted Turtle Island to be the setting of a colossal utopian experiment in which he would try to do nothing less than change and save America."
(Chapter 5, page 95)

"Eustace was killing himself with work."
(Chapter 5, page 109)


"He was in bliss over the success of what he...

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