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"My name is Homer P. Figg, and these are my true adventures."
Chap. 1, p. 7

"Most folks keep food in a root cellar. Not Squinton Leach."
Chap. 3, p. 19

"You probably already know this, but horses don't like to go places at night, any more than sensible folks do."
Chap. 5, p. 27

"That's when he comes in from the parlor, dressed all in black. God Himself."
Chap. 8, p. 49

"A deep river that cries like a baby."
Chap. 10, p. 60

"When I wake up we're in Portland, and that's where the trouble really starts."
Chap. 15, p. 88

"Professor Fleabottom's Miracle Elixir is just plain whiskey."
Chap. 24, p. 138

"Now I got two reasons not to sleep: Harold and whatever the professor is up to, sneaking around under the cover of darkness."
Chap. 25, p. 146

"That last thing I hear before the wind carries me away is Mr. Bobbins screaming for his Tilda."
Chap. 28, p. 165

"They come...

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