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"Perrin's eyes returned to the hawk, barely visible now even to him. It made him think of Faile, his fierce falcon of a wife. His beautiful falcon of a wife."
Chap. 1, Leaving the Prophet, p. 97


"Drinking deep of the hot sweet tea, she set herself to thinking of some way that being surrounded by thousands of Shaido could be turned to advantage. Nothing came to her. Nothing at all."
Chap. 2, Customs, p. 124


"Perrin opened his mouth, then closed it without speaking. The sun might as well rise in the west as Masema say what he just had. Suddenly Perrin thought that Faile might be safer with the Shaido than he was here and now."
Chap. 6, The Scent of Madness, p. 171


"Well, men always wanted their own way. Sometimes you just had to teach them they could not always have it."
Chap. 11, Ideas of Importance, p. 276


"On the pillow...

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