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- "I thought we weren't supposed to be prejudiced," I said.p. 46.9
- "It's not being prejudiced," Mom said.p. 46.9
- Mom and Dad liked to make a big point about never surrendering to fear or to prejudice or to the narrow-minded conformist sticks-in-the-mud who tried to tell everyone else what was proper.p. 103.9
There are no more uses of "prejudice" in The Glass Castle.
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