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  • The baby curled in her lap, his head on her arm, listening with gravity while she sang from Gene Field: 'tis little Luddy-Dud in the morning— 'tis little Luddy-Dud at night: And all day long 'tis the same dear song Of that growing, crowing, knowing little sprite.
    Chapter 25 (62% in)
  • One small square table contained a card-receiver of painted china with a rim of wrought and gilded lead, a Family Bible, Grant's Memoirs, the latest novel by Mrs. Gene Stratton Porter, a wooden model of a Swiss chalet which was also a bank for dimes, a polished abalone shell holding one black-headed pin and one empty spool, a velvet pin-cushion in a gilded metal slipper with "Souvenir of Troy, N. Y." stamped on the toe, and an unexplained red glass dish which had warts.
    Chapter 11 (65% in)

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