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The Witch of Blackbird Pond Quotes

Elizabeth George Speare
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"But the proper use of reading is to improve our sinful nature and fill our minds with God's holy words." Chapter 2, page 25

"The charter guarantees every right and privilege we have earned, the very ground we stand on and the laws we have made for ourselves." Chapter 7, page 70

"The only rights worth all that toil and sacrifice are the rights of free men free and equal under God to decide their own justice." Chapter 7, page 71

"The answer is in thy heart, thee can always hear it if thee listens for it." Chapter 9, page 97.

"Here I've been working like a slave, ...but I feel as though nothing mattered except just to be alive right at this moment." Chapter 12, page 126

"Better for the young people to remember idleness breeds mischief." Chapter 16, page 164

'Under a cloudless blue sky stretched a breath-taking glittering universe, carved of dazzling white coral, unreal and silent." Chapter...

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