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"'The idea!' he muttered; 'to be such an ass at his age about the seventh! And to feel no responsibility about the little girl. Silly old goat! The baby would have got into the world somehow; they always do. But a nice little girl like that - she's worth the whole litter.'" Part I, Chapter I, pg. 8

"No, he couldn't say that it was different from any other child's head, though he believed that there was something very different about her." Part I, Chapter I, pg. 9.

"It was his pupil's power of application, her rugged will, that interested him. He had lived for so long among people whose sole ambition was to get something for nothing that he learned not to look for seriousness in anyone. Now that he by chance encountered it, it recalled standards, ambitions, a society long forgot." Part I, Chapter IV, pg...

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