McNab Home Using Textual Evidence
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McNab Home using Textual Evidence
"Cans and bottles lay all over, along with crusts,peelings, cores scraps, rinds, wrappers-everything you would normally find in a garbage can. And everywhere there were raisins." "Scene; Small turds of an unfamiliar shape appear here and there of the first floor."
"On the table were what appeared to be the remains of an autopsy performed upon a large bird, possibly a crow." "The refrigerator contained two food groups: mustard and beer."
Even if the house is in bad shape I would still live there than not live anywhere.
"The raisins here were even more abundant. He spotted several of them moving. They weren't raisins; they were roaches." "A jar of peanut butter had crashed to the floor; someone had gotten a running start, jumped into it, and skied a brown, one-footed track to the stove."
"He looked up into the laughing faces of Russell and Piper. The hole in the ceiling was so big they both could have jumped through it at once." "He ran a hand along one wall. The peeling paint came off like cornflakes."
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