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- The constant worry about polio—that, in its own strange way, was love.p. 99.5
- In the hot still summers, when polio was feared, Caroline had been made to stay inside, sweat beading on her temples as she stretched out on the daybed by the window in the upstairs hallway, reading.p. 23.3
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