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If you looked for things to make you feel hurt and wretched and unnecessary, you were certain to find them, and more easily each time, so easily, soon, that you did not even realize you had gone out searching.
The Lovely Leave, Pg. 3

"I haven't the slightest feeling about colored people. Why, I'm just crazy about some of them. They're just like children - just as easygoing, and always singing and laughing and everything."
Arrangement in Black and White, Pg. 20

Always the girls went to walk on Fifth Avenue on their free afternoons, for it was ideal ground for their favorite game.
The Standard of Living, Pg. 30


It did not occur to him to feel even a flicker of astonishment that Rose should have responded so eagerly to him, an immovably married man of forty-nine.
Mr. Durant, Pg. 37

Innocence is a desirable thing, a dainty thing, an appealing...

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