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"The Society for the Promotion of Summer Holidays for Displaced Children. We will have two sent, and I will invite my great-niece Ida to take them off our hands" (Three Children Arrive at Green Knowe, p. 3).

"Beyond this, the river divided into two. Both ways looked promising, so they went a little way up each, far enough to find that both arms divided again. It was a labyrinth of waters waiting to be explored" (Introduction to the River, p. 29).

"We are displaced persons too," said Oskar. "We thought you wouldn't mind" (Owl Palace Island and Hermit Island, p. 43).

"Everything that you see came out of the river. It's wonderful what a little flood will bring down -wood with nails in it, sacks with bits of string- always useful, those two" (Owl Palace Island and Hermit Island, p. 51).

"Cabin cruisers chuffed majestically from distance to distance, and casual eyes...

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