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- I felt a quickening of interest, a small eagerness that seemed like a happy omen.p. 7.4
- The sense of distinct events that is so inescapable on a farm, where every rainstorm is thick with odor and color, and usefulness and timing, where omens of prosperity or ruin to come are sought in every change, where any of the world's details may contain the one thing that above all else you will regret not knowing, this sense lifted off me.p. 336.5
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