Pages 126 and 127

” He carried the tale”

Pages 128 and 129

“of a porcupine as a substitute for his long upper lip, so that he could frame a word”

Pages 130 and 131

“from a sharp bargain, like a painting of”

Pages 132 and 133

“a bed or moon over a bed; he kept assuming strange positions in the bed, and would dream of opening a room—with a little bed—”

Pages 134 and 135

“in her ribs as a boardinghouse.”

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