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Sunday
Jan062013

Sentence(s) of the Week

"Everything Herb had, he earned -- with the help of God…." How could it happen, Erhart wondered as he watched the bonfire catch. How was it possible that such effort, such plain virtue, could overnight be reduced to this -- smoke, thinning as it rose and was received by the big, annihilating sky?

Truman Capote, In Cold Blood, p. 79

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