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The Nine Tailors: Changes Rung on an Old Theme in Two Short Touches and Two Full Peals Quotes

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"[t]he bells are said to be jealous of the presence of evil. Perhaps God speaks through those mouths of inarticulate metal. He is a righteous judge, strong and patient, and is provoked every day."
The Bells are Rung Down, p. 397

"Nine tailors make a man"
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"'See here, James - if you didn't kill him, who did?'"
The Slow Work, p. 350

"'Dig up one thing,' thought Wimsey, 'and you have to dig up another. I wish we'd never dug up Deacon. Once you let the tide in, it's got to go somewhere.'"
The Slow Work, p. 346

"Beastly things...They've killed grandfather, and practically killed Dad, and they've killed Deacon and they'll kill somebody else before long. I wouldn't touch them with a barge-pole."
The Slow Work ,p. 340


"'There ain't no end to the wrong that devil done us. He ruined my poor...

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