The Marrow of Tradition
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“On the way homeward Miller told his wife of this appointment. She was greatly interested; she was herself a mother, with an only child. Moreover, there was a stronger impulse than mere humanity to draw her toward the stricken mother. Janet had a tender heart, and could have loved this white sister, her sole living relative of whom she knew. ‘“(42)
“Dis yer Janet, w'at's Mis' 'Livy's half-sister, is ez much like her ez ef dey wuz twins. Folks sometimes takes 'em fer one ernudder,—I s'pose it tickles Janet mos' ter death, but it do make Mis' 'Livy rippin'. “(5)
"'He should burn for it," averred McBane. "I say, burn the nigger.'"(119)
"It seems," said General Belmont, opening the discussion... "we must make our campaign a national one."(52)
"Major Carteret, though dressed in brown linen, had thrown off his coat for greater comfort. ... He had tried in various pursuits to gain a foothold in the new life, but with indifferent success until he won the hand of Olivia Merkell, whom he had seen grow from a small girl to glorious womanhood. “ (1)
“‘Dr. Miller," cried Green, "Mr. Watson,—we're lookin' fer a leader...Will you-all come an' lead us?’”(182)
"Your testimony ought to prove an alibi for him," declared Miller. ... An' a few keerliss people w'at got in my way," corrected Josh.”(pg 123)
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