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"Perhaps the greatest paradox about understanding "the woods" is that so many who enjoy it, or seem to enjoy it, spend most of their time trying to kill parts of it" (Chapter 1, p. 1).

"And I also learned - as with the wolves and the doe - that I wanted to know more, wanted to know everything there was to know about dogs and the woods and running with a team" (Chapter 2, p. 20).

"And I could not kill or trap any longer" (Chapter 3, p. 24).

"The adventure really begins in differences—the great differences between people and animals, between the way we live now and the way we once lived, between the Mall and the Woods." (Chapter 4, p. 30).

"For what he taught me, I hope he lives long and is very happy because I learned then - looking up at him while he made up his mind whether or...

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