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Raymond's Run

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  • "And a lot of smart-mouths got lots to say about that too, especially when George was minding him. But now, if anybody has anything to say to Raymond, anything to say about his big head, they have to come by me." Page 391
  • Simile
  • "I'd much rather just knock you down and take my chances even if I am a little girl with skinny arms and a squeaky voice, which is how I got the name Squeaky." Page 391
  • Idiom
  • "I'm the fastest and that goes for Gretchen, too, who has put out the tale that she is going to win the first-place medal this year. Ridiculous." Page 392
  • Irony
  • "Then I hear Raymond yanking at the fence to call me and I wave to shush him, but he keeps rattling the fence like a gorilla in a cage like in them gorilla movies" Page 399
  • "I'll high-prance down 34th Street like a rodeo pony to keep my knees strong." Page 396
  • "And I look over at Gretchen wondering what the "P" stands for. And I smile. Cause' she's good, no doubt about it. And she nods to congratulate me and then she smiles." Page 400
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