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"There was a boy called Eustace Clarence Scrubb, and he almost deserved it."

Chap. 1, The Picture in the Bedroom, p. 425

"Eustace rushed to the ship's side, as if he expected to see the picture frame hanging above the sea, and perhaps a glimpse of Lucy's bedroom." Chap. 1, The Picture in the Bedroom, p. 429

"He always had this notebook with him and kept a record of his marks in it, for though he didn't care much about any subject for its own sake, he cared a great deal about marks and would even go to people and say, 'I got so much. What did you get?'"

Chap. 2, On Board the Dawn Treader, p. 437

"(This was not the great magic horn of Narnia, Queen Susan's Horn: he had left that at home for his regent Trumpkin to use if any great need fell upon the land in the King's absence...

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