Whittington Quotes

Alan Armstrong
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"'The senior barn rat is one-eyed now from the pecking he got when they ganged up on the gray rooster. I'd have said that rooster was a dandy and a coward, but when you're fighting for your life you'll risk everything.'" Chapter 1, The Lady, p. 5

"'I want to be part of the talking. If I'd snick in, the chickens would have been afraid and maybe you too. I didn't want that. I want friends.'" Ibid, Whittington, p. 6

"It was a curious thing, The Lady's authority ... what gave her power was how steady she was. She never rushed; she was always sure, she took responsibility ... presence of mind counts for a lot in this world." Chapter 2, p. 9

"Sometimes when the kids doled out the sticky grain with molasses and vitamins, the horses would nuzzle and lick them, probably for salt but maybe for love ... sometimes if Bernie...

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