Pages 326 and 327

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“This is a haystack I’ll find it in, he said, with the light through the interstices of a wreck sighted at dawn.”

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Pages 324 to 325

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“He thought of a haystack shape against the snow-covered ground, and began to pile more stuff and his pocket dust until he could make a tunnel to warm his icy arteries.”

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Pages 322 to 323

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“He began saving every foot trace of snow in which he sought to save his disordered thoughts as sparks to light his heart.”

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Pages 320 and 321

SW320-321-wp“He stood up and shouted fretfully: ‘We’ve got to stomp around and stand together in a long crescendo, to wake the world.'”

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Pages 318 and 319

SW318-319-wp“He was king, once upon a time, of the tumbling rapids, drifting toward a falls and holding against the current by rowing hard upstream.”

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Pages 316 and 317

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“Here was a barrier of light between word and the uncertain, between the light with its promises, like white manes flying, and the miles on either side of somewhere.”

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Pages 314 and 315

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“He knew his protests were nothing but sand pouring over and piled to tomorrow.”

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