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To the Lighthouse Virginia Woolf 
Janice Meredith Paul Leicester Ford "Alonzo now once more found himself upon an element that had twice proved destructive to his ha
Michael O'Halloran Gene Stratton-Porter "Aw kid, come on! Be square!"
The Right of Way Sir Gilbert Parker "Not guilty, your honor!"
Satan Sanderson Hallie Erminie Rives "To my son Hugh, in return for the care and sorrow he has caused me all the days of his life, f
Black Mischief Evelyn Waugh "We, Seth, Emperor of Azania, Chief of Chiefs of Sakuyu, Lord of Wanda and Tyrant of the Seas,
The Praise Singer Mary Renault "A good song, I think."
Tai-Pan James Clavell "A pox on this stinking island," Brock said, staring around the beach and up at the mountains. "T
The Magic Plus Fours P G Wodehouse "After all," said the young man, "golf is only a game."
The Mighty and Their Fall Ivy Compton-Burnett "Agnes first, Henngist second, Leah third!" said Lavinia Middleton, as her sisters and brother con
Excellent Women Barbara Pym "Ah, you ladies!"
Buddenbrooks Thomas Mann "And - and - what comes next?" "Oh, yes, yes, what the dickens does come next? C'est la question, m
Touch and Go C Northcote Parkinson "And a damned good riddance!" exclaimed Rear-Admiral Fothergill
A Message from the Sea Charles Dickens "And a mighty sing'lar and pretty place it is, as ever I saw in all the days of my life!" said Capta
This Rough Magic Mary Stewart "And if it's a boy," said Phyllida cheerfully, "we'll call him Prospero."
The Bonfire of the Vanities Tom Wolfe "And then say what? Say, 'Forget you're hungry, forget you got shot inna back by some racist cop-
Tom Tiddler's Ground Charles Dickens "And why Tom tiddler's ground?" asked the Traveller.
The Last Coyote Michael Connelly "Any thoughts that you'd like to start with?"
Small World David Lodge "April is the cruellest month", Persee McGarrigle quoted silently to himself, gazing through the gri
Tom Swift and His Airship Victor Appleton "Are you all ready, Tom?"
The Sheik E M Hull "Are you coming in to watch the dancing, Lady Conway?"
Patricia Plays a Part  Mabel Barnes-Grundy "Are you listening, or have you both suddenly become deaf?"
The Salt Eaters Toni Cade Bambara "Are you sure, sweetheart, that you want to be well?"
Biggles in the Antarctic Captain W E Johns "As a job, ours is about the dullest ever."
Island Aldous Huxley "Attention," a voice began to call, and it was as though an oboe had suddenly become articulate.
Payment Deferred C S Forester "Be quiet, children," said Mrs. Marble.
The Harvester Gene Stratton-Porter "Bel, come here!"
Caesar's Women Colleen McCollough "Brutus, I don't like the look of your skin. Come here to the light, please."
The People of the Abyss Jack London "But you can't do it, you know," friends said, to whom I applied for assistance in the matter of s
Master of the Game Sidney Sheldon "By God, this is a real donderstorm!" Jamie McGregor said. He had grown up amid the wild s
The Iron Woman Margaret Deland "Climb up this tree, and play house!" Elizabeth Ferguson commanded.
Comes The Dawn Christina Skye "Come out, villain!"
The Vendor of Sweets R K Narayan "Conquer taste, and you will have conquered the self," said Jagan to his listener, who asked, "Why
Ill Wind James Hilton "Curious, the way things do jump out of nothing."
The Snake Pit Mary Jane Ward "Do you hear voices?" he asked.
Assignment - Sumatra Edward S Aarons "Don't touch me," Lydia said.
Changes Danielle Steel "Dr. Hallam . . . Dr. Hallam . . . Dr. Hallam . . . Cardiac Intensive, Dr. Hallam . . ." The voic
The Valiants of Virginia Hallie Erminie Rives "Failed!" ejaculated John Valiant blankly, and the hat he held dropped to the claret-colored rug l
The Bars of Iron Ethel M Dell "Fight? I'll fight you with pleasure, but I shall probably kill you if I do. Do you want to be k
The Mississippi Bubble Emerson Hough "Gentleman, this is America!"
John Halifax, Gentleman Dinah Craik "Get out o' Mr. Fletcher's road, ye idle, lounging, little--"
  "Vagabond," I think t
On the Face of the Waters Flora Annie Steel "Going! Going! Gone!"
Mugby Junction Charles Dickens "Guard! What place is this?"
Laddie Gene Stratton-Porter "Have I got a Little Sister anywhere in this house?" inquired Laddie at the door, in his most coax
Great Lion of God Taylor Caldwell "He is very ugly," said his mother.
Great Lion of God Taylor Caldwell "He is very ugly," said his mother.
The Marriage of William Ashe Mrs. Humphry Ward "He ought to be here," said Lady Tranmore, as she turned away from the window.
The Number of the Beast Robert A Heinlein "He's a Mad Scientist and I'm his Beautiful Daughter."
The Breaking Point Mary Roberts Rinehart "Heaven and earth," sang the tenor, Mr. Henry Wallace, owner of the Wallace garage. His larynx, w
The Sand Pebbles Richard McKenna "Hello, ship," Jake Holman said under his breath.
The Last Days of Pompeii Edward Bulwer-Lytton "Ho, Diomed, well met! Do you sup with Glaucus to-night?" said a young man of small stature, who
The History of Mr. Polly H G Wells "Hole!" said said Mr Polly, and then for a change, and with greatly increased emphasis: "'Ole!"
The Forty Days of Musa Dagh Franz Werfel "How did I get here?"
Blue Hurricane F van Wyck Mason "Howdy, Matt, never guessed ye'd drive in through a storm like this one," drawled the grocer peering
Lady Rose's Daughter Mrs. Humphry Ward "Hullo! No!--Yes!--upon my soul, it is Jacob! Why, Delafield, my dear fellow, how are you
Wintersmoon Sir Hugh Seymour Walpole "I am asking you again to marry me as I did a fortnight ago."
The Last Chronicle of Barset Anthony Trollope "I can never bring myself to believe it, John," said Mary Walker, the pretty daughter of Mr. Georg
Red Pottage Mary Cholmondeley "I can't get out," said Sterne's starling, looking through the bars of his cage.
In the Reign of Terror G A Henty "I don't know what to say, my dear."
Lucien Leuwen  Stendhal "I don't mean to take advantage of my title of father to interfere with you, my son. You are free
Under Two Flags  Ouida "I don't say but what he's difficult to please with his Tops," said Mr. Rake, factotum to the Hon.
Brideshead Revisited Evelyn Waugh "I have been here before," I said; I had been there before; first with Sebastian more than twenty
Inside the Bar George John Whyte-Melville "I hope you feel your arm a little easier, sir, this evening?" says Miss Lushington, reappearing i
Septimus William John Locke "I love Nunsmere," said the Literary Man from London. "It is a spot where faded lives are laid aw
Interview with the Vampire Anne Rice "I see . . ." said the vampire thoughtfully, and slowly he walked across the room towards the wind
Presumed Innocent Scott Turow "I should feel sorrier," Raymond Horgan says.
  I wonder at first if he is talking ab
The Prisoner of Zenda Anthony Hope "I wonder when in the world you're going to do anything, Rudolf?" said my brother's wife.
Sybil, or The Two Nations Benjamin Disraeli "I'll take the odds against Caravan."
Ender's Game Orson Scott Card "I've watched through his eyes, I've listened through his ears, and I tell you he's one. Or at le
The Old Devils Kingsley Amis "If you want my opinion," said Gwen Cellan-Davies, "the old boy's a terrifically distinguished citizen of Wales."
Steel Beach John Varley "In five years, the penis will be obsolete," said the salesman.
The Real Adventure Henry Kitchell Webster "Indeed," continued the professor, glancing demurely down at his notes, "if one were the editor of
Dinner at Antoine's Frances Parkinson Keyes "Isn't it all wonderful, darling? Would you ever have dreamed, back in Milwaukee, that it
Soldiers of Fortune Richard Harding Davis "It is so good of you to come early," said Mrs. Porter, as Alice Langham entered the drawing-room.
Virginia of Virginia Améllie Rives "It's a girl," said Roden, laying a wager with himself. "No; it's a boy. Hanged if it isn't a gi
In the Penal Colony Franz Kafka "It's a remarkable piece of apparatus," said the officer to the explorer and surveyed with a certa
Ramage and the Rebels Dudley Pope "It's not exactly making war, sir," Ramage said, putting as much disapproval in his voice as he dare
The Keeper of the Bees Gene Stratton-Porter "JAMES LEWIS MACFARLAND."
  The bearer of this name swung his feet to the floor and s
The Gnostic Gospels Elaine Pagels "Jesus Christ rose from the grave." With this proclamation, the Christian church began. This may
Captains and the Kings Taylor Caldwell "Joey, Joey? O God! Joey?" his mother cried out of her extremity and pain.
Almayer Joseph Conrad "Kaspar! Makan!"
The well-known shrill voice startled Almayer from his dream of splendid f
The Red Planet William John Locke "Lady Fenimore's compliments, sir, and will you be so kind as to step round to Sir Anthony at once
North and South John Jakes "Like some help loading that aboard, young sir?"
  The stevedore smiled but there was
Silence--A Fable Edgar Allan Poe "Listen to me," said the Demon as he placed his hand upon my head.
Fools Die Mario Puzo "Listen to me. I will tell you the truth about a man's life. I will tell you the truth about his
Because It Is Bitter, and Because It Is My Heart Joyce Carol Oates "Little Red" Garlock, sixteen years old, skull smashed soft as a rotted pumpkin and body dumped into
The Covered Wagon Emerson Hough "Look at 'em come, Jesse! More and more! Must be forty or fifty families."
Citizen of the Galaxy Robert A Heinlein "Lot ninety-seven," the auctioneer announced. "A boy."
The Wide, Wide World Elizabeth Wetherell "MAMMA, what was that I heard papa saying to you this morning about his lawsuit?"
  
Battlefield Earth L. Ron Hubbard "Man," said Terl, "is an endangered species."
Under the Red Robe Stanley J Weyman "Marked cards!"
Stairwell Justice Jay Brandon "Motion to have the jury killed, Your Honor."
  "Come now, counsel," said kindly old
Running for Her Life Laurie John "Move out of the way!" a woman shouted hysterically to a group of pedestrians crossing the street.
The Hundredth Chance Ethel M Dell "My dear Maud, I hope I am not lacking in proper pride. But it is an accepted--though painful--fa
The Prince of Graustark George Barr McCutcheon "My dear," said Mr. Blithers, with decision, "you can't tell me."
Eugene Onegin Alexander Pushkin "My uncle, a most worthy gentleman,
  When he fell seriously ill,
  &n
Frank Fairlegh Frank E Smedley "Never forget, under any circumstances, to think and act like a gentleman, and don't exceed your a
Robbie Isaac Asimov "Ninety-eight--ninety-nine--one hundred."
The Outcry Henry James "No, my lord," Banks had replied, "no stranger has yet arrived. But I'll see if any one has come
Off on a Comet! Jules Verne "Nothing, sir, can induce me to surrender my claim."
  "I am sorry, count, but in suc
Jumanji Chris Van Allsburg "Now remember," Mother said, "your father and I are bringing some guests by after the opera, so plea
Speak Now Frank Yerby "Now you," the policeman said. "Documents!"
Hard Times Charles Dickens "Now, what I want is Facts,"
World of Wonders Robertson Davies "Of course he was a charming man."
The Princess Casamassima Henry James "Oh yes, I daresay I can find the child, if you would like to see him," Miss Pynsent said; she had
The Bostonians Henry James "Olive will come down in about ten minutes; she told me to tell you that."
Oliver's Story Erich Segal "Oliver, you're sick."
The Woman Thou Gavest Me Sir Hall Caine "Out of the depths, O Lord, out of the depths," begins the most beautiful of the services of our c
The Rebel Angels Robertson Davies "Parlabane is back."
The Page Turner David Leavitt "Paul! Let me fix your tie!"
The One Woman Thomas Dixon Jr "Quick--a glass of water!" A man sprang to his feet, beckoning to an usher.
  When
Gat Heat Richard S Prather "Sex," she said.
The Caxtons Edward Bulwer-Lytton "Sir--Sir, it is a boy!"
  "A boy," said my father, looking up from his book, and evi
Michael Strogoff Jules Verne "Sire, a fresh dispatch."
  "Whence?"
    "From Tomsk?"
Catch a Falling Spy Len Deighton "Smell that air," said Major Mann.
See, I Told You So Rush Limbaugh "So, Mr. Limbaugh . . . when do you hope to conquer America? And after you do, Mr. Limbaugh, just
The Bear and the Dragon Tom Clancy "So, who were his enemies?" Lieutenant Colonel Shablikov asked.
Bardelys the Magnificent Rafael Sabatini "Speak of the Devil," whispered La Fosse in my ear, and, moved by the words and by the significance
Black Oxen Gertrude Atherton "Talk. Talk. Talk.… Good lines and no action … said all … not even promising first act … eighth failure and season more than half over … rather be a playwright and fail than a critic compelled to listen to has-beens and would-bes trying to put over bad plays.… Oh, for just one more great first-night … if there's a spirit world why don't the ghosts of dead artists get together and inhibit bad playwrights from tormenting first-nighters?… Astral board of Immortals sitting in Unconscious tweaking strings until gobbets and sclerotics become gibbering idiots every time they put pen to paper?… Fewer first-nights but more joy … also joy of sending producers back to cigar stands.… Thank God, no longer a critic … don't need to come to first-nights unless I want … can't keep away … habit too strong … poor devil of a colyumist must forage … why did I become a columnist? More money. Money! And I once a rubescent socialist … best parlor type … Lord! I wish some one would die and leave me a million!"
Angry Moon Terrill Lankford "Tequila", the stranger said with a wicked grin.
1876 Gore Vidal "That is New York." I pointed to the waterfront just ahead as if the city were mine.
The Port of Missing Men Meredith Nicholson "The knowledge that you're alive gives me no pleasure," growled the grim old Austrian premier.
Capable of Honor Allen Drury "The latest wacky rumor in this wacky city [reported one of the Washington Evening Star's m
Our Admirable Betty Jeffery Farnol "The Major, mam, the Major has a truly wonderful 'ead!" said Sergeant Zebedee Tring as he stood, ham
Mosquitoes William Faulkner "The sex instinct," repeated Mr. Talliaferro in his careful cockney, with that smug complacence wi
A Room with a View E M Forster "The Signora had no business to do it," said Miss Bartlett, "no business at all. She promised us
Terms of Endearment Larry McMurtry "The success of a marriage invariably depends on the woman," Mrs. Greenway said.
54-40 or Fight Emerson Hough "Then you offer me no hope, Doctor?"
My Spy Christina Skye "There's a naked man in the swimming pool."
The River Road Frances Parkinson Keyes "There's no use going to the window yet, Merry. It's barely five, and you know these things never
The Courts of Idleness Dornford Yates "This," said Fairie, "is too thick."
The Satanic Verses Salman Rushdie "To be born again " sang Gibreel Farishta tumbling from the heavens, "first you have to die."
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Mark Twain "TOM!"
  No answer.
    "TOM!"
    
Tarus Bulba Nikolai Gogol "Turn round, my boy! How ridiculous you look! What sort of a priest's cassock have you got on?
The Custom of the Country Edith Wharton "Undine Spragg--how can you?" her mother wailed, raising a prematurely-wrinkled hand heavy
The Reef Edith Wharton "Unexpected obstacle. Please dont come till thirtieth. Anna."
Sea Urchins W W Jacobs "Wapping Old Stairs?"
A Handful of Dust Evelyn Waugh "Was anyone hurt?"
  "No one I am thankful to say," said Mrs. Beaver, "except two h
Princess Daisy Judith Krantz "We could always shoot this on top of the RCA Building," Daisy said, walking past the parapet, abo
Men and Wives Ivy Compton-Burnett "Well, Buttermere, this is a day that is good to live and breathe in, that makes a man feel in his
Fathers and Sons Ivan Sergeyevich Turgenev "Well, Piotr, not in sight yet?" was the question asked on May the 20th, 1859, by a gentleman of a
War and Peace Leo Tolstoy "Well, Prince, so Genoa and Lucca are now just family estates of the Buonapartes."
Victorine Frances Parkinson Keyes "Well, thanks a million, Captain Bob. No one but you could have ferreted this out for me."
Couples John Updike "What did you make of the new couple?"
The Light That Failed Rudyard Kipling "What do you think she'd do if she caught us? We oughtn't to have it, you know," said Maisie.
The Light That Failed Rudyard Kipling "What do you think she'd do if she caught us?"
An Academic Question Barbara Pym "What jewels will you be wearing tonight, Mother?"
Her Father's Daughter Gene Stratton-Porter "What makes you wear such funny shoes?"
A Sensitive Case Eric Wright "What's this?"
The Manticore Robertson Davies "When did you decide you should come to Zrich, Mr. Staunton?"
Red Rabbit Tom Clancy "When do you start, Jack?" Cathy asked in the quiet of their bed.
Geek Love Katherine Dunn "When your mama was the geek, my dreamlets," Papa would say, "she made the nipping off of noggins
Over Sea, Under Stone Susan Cooper "Where is he?"
Charlotte's Web E B White "Where's Papa going with that ax?" said Fern to her mother as they were setting the table for breakf
So Red the Rose Stark Young "Whereas, the Creator," Malcolm Bedford wrote, "has seen fit to remove from the earthly scene our
Atlas Shrugged Ayn Rand "Who is John Galt?"
Riders in the Chariot Patrick White "Who was that woman?" asked Mrs. Colquhoun, a rich lady who had come recently to live at Sarsapari
The Makioka Sisters Jun'ichirō Tanizaki "Would you do this please, Koi-san?"
  Seeing in the mirror that Taeko had come up be
The Old Countess Anne Douglas Sedgwick "You are an artist, Monsieur?"
The Harbor Ernest Poole "You chump," I thought contemptuously. I was seven years old at the time, and the gentleman to wh
The Valley of the Moon Jack London "You hear me, Saxon? Come on along. What if it is the Bricklayers'? I'll have gentlemen friends
The Younger Set Robert W Chambers "You never met Selwyn, did you?"
Point Counter Point Aldous Huxley "You won't be late?" There was anxiety in Marjorie Carling's voice, there was something like entr
The Heat's On Chester Himes "You're my friend, ain't you?" the giant asked.
Come What May Jill Limber "Young lady, you could be the answer to my prayers." General Allen pointed to Amanda Giles' bodice.
The Good Soldier Švejk  Jaroslav Hašek 'And so they’ve killed our Ferdinand,' said the charwoman to Mr Švejk , who had left military service years before, after having been finally certified by an army medical board as an imbecile, and now lived by selling dogs - ugly, mongrel monstrosities whose pedigrees he forged.
Misery Stephen King <i>umber whunnnn<br><br />yerrrnnn umber whunnnn<br><br />fayunnnn</i><br><br />These sounds: even in the haze.
Little Eve Edgarton Eleanor Hallowell Abbott "But you live like such a fool - of course you're bored!" drawled the Older Man, rummaging listlessly through his pockets for the ever-elusive match.
Little Women Louisa May Alcott "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents," grumbled Jo, lying on the rug.
Firestarter Stephen King "Daddy, I'm tired," the little girl in the red pants and the green blouse said fretfully.
Lord Loveland Discovers America Charles Norris Williamson and Alice Muriel Williamson "Even the Last Resort has refused me." Loveland broke the news to <br />his mother when he had kissed h
Brazilian Gold Mine Mystery Andy Adams "Guard this letter as you would your life!"
The Nanny Diaries Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus "Hi, this is Alexis at the Parent League. I'm just calling to <br />follow up on the uniform guidelines
The Valley of Fear Sir Arthur Conan Doyle "I am inclined to think--" said I.<br><br />  "I should do so," Sherlock Holmes remarked, impa
Christine Stephen King "Oh my God!" my friend Arnie Cunningham cried out suddenly.<br><br />  "What is it?" I asked.
Little Men Louisa May Alcott "Please, sir, is this Plumfield?" asked a ragged boy of the man who opened the great gate at which the omnibus left him.
Sons and Lovers D H Lawrence "The Bottoms" succeed to "Hell Row." Hell Row was a block of <br />thatched, bulging cottages that stoo
The Princess Passes Charles Norris Williamson and Alice Muriel Williamson "To your happiness," I said, lifting my glass, and looking the <br />girl in the eyes. She had the grac
Hollywood Wives Jackie Collins "You look fantastic!" "You think?"  "I know."
The Heritage of the Desert Zane Grey 'But the man's almost dead.'
Fisherman's Hope David Feintuch 'But Vasily's a Russian, and we're short on Eurasians.'
Challenger's Hope David Feintuch 'Carry on!'
Granchester Grind Tom Sharpe 'Godber was murdered,' said Lady Mary.
Dark Hester Anne Douglas Sedgwick 'I suppose I have hated her from the first moment I say her,' Monica Wilmott heard herself saying,
The Lamplighter Charles Dickens 'If you talk of Murphy and Francis Moore, gentlemen,' said the lamplighter who was in the chair, 'I
City of Spades Colin MacInnes 'It's all yours, Pew, from now,' he said, adding softly, 'thank God,' and waving round the office
Lost at the South Pole Franklin W Dixon 'So you'd like to go on that expedition to the South Pole, would you, Ted?' asked Walter Hapworth, a
Midshipman's Hope David Feintuch 'Stand to!' I roared, but I was too late; even as Alexi and Sandy snapped to attention, Hibernia's t
Red Gardenias Jonathan Latimer 'There's a burglar downstairs,' Ann Fortune said.
A King's Cutter Richard Woodman 'You will be,' said Lord Dungarth, lifting his hands for emphasis, 'merely the hand of a puppet.'
J R William Gaddis --Money. . . ? in a voice that rustled.
Kiss of the Spider Woman Manuel Puig --Something a little strange, that's what you notice, that she's not a woman like all the others.
Beloved Toni Morrison 124 was spiteful.
Wuthering Heights Emily Brontë 1801-- I have just returned from a visit to my landlord -- the solitary neighbor that I shall be tro
Tales of a Female Nomad Rita Golden Gelman 1985.
  I am living someone else's life.
Sometimes a Great Notion Ken Kesey Along the western slopes of the Oregon Coastal Range . . . come look: the hysterical crashing
Suttree Cormac McCarthy Dear friend now in the dusty clockless hours of the town when the streets lie black and steamin
Dearly Beloved Anne Morrow Lindbergh Dearly beloved--late again!
Evening in Byzantium Irwin Shaw Dinosauric, obsolete, functions and powers atrophied, dressed in sport shirts from Sulka and Ca
Tai-Pan James Clavell Dirk Struan came up onto the quarterdeck of the flagship H.M.S. Vengeance, and strode fo
Pavane Keith Roberts Durnovaria, England, 1968.
  The appointed morning came, and they buried Eli Stran
In the Days of the Comet H G Wells I saw a gray-haired man a figure of hale age, sitting at a desk
and writing
.
The Color of Water James McBride I'm dead.
  You want to talk about my family and here I been dead to them for fi
The Sands of Time Sidney Sheldon If the plan goes wrong, we will all die. He went over it again in his mind for the last ti
The Last Puritan George Santayana In the first years after the war Mario Van de Weyer was almost my neighbour in Paris, for he li
The 42nd Parallel John Dos Passos It was that emancipated race
  That was chargin up the hill
   
Christine Alice Cholmondeley Lutzowstrasse 49, Berlin
  Thursday, May 28th, 1914.
  &
Moonlight Become You Mary Higgins Clark Maggie tried to open her eyes, but the effort was too great. Her head hurt so much. Where was
Compulsion Meyer Levin Nothing ever ends.
Rogue Herries Sir Hugh Seymour Walpole Over this country, when the giant Eagle flings the shadow of his wing, the land is darkened. S
Pale Fire Vladimir Nabokov Pale Fire, a poem in heroic couplets, of nine hundred ninety-nine lines, divided into four
Stand on Zanzibar John Brunner Stock cue SOUND: "Presenting SCANALYZER, Engrelay Satelserv's unique thrice-per-day study
Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood Rebecca Wells Tap-dancing child abuser. That's what The Sunday New York Times from March 8, 1973,
The Green Berets Robin Moore The Green Berets is a book of truth.
The Tale of the Body Thief Anne Rice The Vampire Lestat here. I have a story to tell you. It's about something that happened to me
From the Terrace John O'Hara There are alive today hundreds of men who saw Samuel Eaton, who accepted wages from him, envied
Whirlwind James Clavell IN THE ZAGROS MOUNTAINS: SUNSET. Now the sun touched the horizon and th
Letters from a Self-Made Merchant to His Son George Horace Lorimer CHICAGO, October 1, 189--
  Dear Pierrepont: Your Ma got back
The Lady of the Decoration Frances Little San Francisco, July 30, 1901
  My dearest Mate:
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