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“Windows so small you’d think they were holding their breath.” (pg 4) When she is saying this she probably means that she is not a very interactive person
“She looked out the window her whole life.” (pg 11) when she says this she is probably sad and not going to meet a lot of people
“Not the shy ice cream bells’ giggle of Rachel and Lucy’s family, but all of a sudden and surprised like a pile of dishes breaking.” (pg 17)
“Marin, under the streetlight, dancing by herself, is singing the same song somewhere. Is waiting for a car to stop, a star to fall, someone to change her life.” (Pg 27)
“...and nobody looked up not one the day Angel Var- gas learned to fly and dropped from the sky like a sugar donut, just like a falling star, and exploded down to earth without even an ‘Oh.’” (pg. 30)
“My aunt, a little oyster, a little piece of meat on an open shell for us to look at.” (pg 60)
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