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"In the end, however, it was the cows who were responsible for the woods isolation, and the cows, through some wisdom they were not wise enough to know that they possessed, were wise indeed." chpt.1
"She did this quickly and skillfully without a single glance in the mirror, though she had one propped up on the washstand. She knew very well what she would see in it; her reflection had long since ceased to interest her. For Mae Tuck, and her husband, and Miles and Jesse, too, had all looked exactly the same for eighty-seven years." chpt.2
"Look here, toad," she said thrusting her arms through the bars of the fence and plucking at the weeds on the other side."I don't think I can stand it much longer." chpt.3
"He was remarkably tall and narrow, this stranger standing there. His long chin faded off into a thin, apologetic beard, but his suit was a jaunty yellow that seemed to glow a little in the fading night." chpt.4
"Winnie had been no more than two slow minutes walking timidly under the interlacing branches when she wondered why she had never come here before."Why it's nice!" she thought with great surprise." chpt.5
"she was seized and swung through the air, open-mouthed, and found herself straddling the bouncing back of the fat old horse" chpt.6
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