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1  Carol's mother died when she was nine.
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2  In a month Carol's ambition had clouded.
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3  "I just love common workmen," glowed Carol.
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4  It was the only trace of Carol in the room.
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5  Every man fell in love then with religion and Carol.
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6  Carol was dizzy with music and the emotions of parting.
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7  It is Carol Milford, fleeing for an hour from Blodgett College.
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8  So the four years which Carol spent at Blodgett were not altogether wasted.
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9  Though she was Minnesota-born Carol was not an intimate of the prairie villages.
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10  As for Carol, she was an orphan; her only near relative was a vanilla-flavored sister married to an optician in St. Paul.
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11  For all her enthusiasms, for all the fondness and the "crushes" which she inspired, Carol's acquaintances were shy of her.
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12  Trailing at the end of the line Carol was indignant at the prodding curiosity of the others, their manner of staring at the poor as at a Zoo.
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13  At various times during Senior year Carol finally decided upon studying law, writing motion-picture scenarios, professional nursing, and marrying an unidentified hero.
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14  Judge Milford's pedagogical scheme was to let the children read whatever they pleased, and in his brown library Carol absorbed Balzac and Rabelais and Thoreau and Max Muller.
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15  Carol's family were self-sufficient in their inventive life, with Christmas a rite full of surprises and tenderness, and "dressing-up parties" spontaneous and joyously absurd.
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16  From those early brown and silver days and from her independence of relatives Carol retained a willingness to be different from brisk efficient book-ignoring people; an instinct to observe and wonder at their bustle even when she was taking part in it.
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17  As she climbed along the banks of the dark river Carol listened to its fables about the wide land of yellow waters and bleached buffalo bones to the West; the Southern levees and singing darkies and palm trees toward which it was forever mysteriously gliding; and she heard again the startled bells and thick puffing of high-stacked river steamers wrecked on sand-reefs sixty years ago.
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