1 Carol's mother died when she was nine.
2 In a month Carol's ambition had clouded.
3 "I just love common workmen," glowed Carol.
4 It was the only trace of Carol in the room.
5 Every man fell in love then with religion and Carol.
6 Carol was dizzy with music and the emotions of parting.
7 It is Carol Milford, fleeing for an hour from Blodgett College.
8 So the four years which Carol spent at Blodgett were not altogether wasted.
9 Though she was Minnesota-born Carol was not an intimate of the prairie villages.
10 As for Carol, she was an orphan; her only near relative was a vanilla-flavored sister married to an optician in St. Paul.
11 For all her enthusiasms, for all the fondness and the "crushes" which she inspired, Carol's acquaintances were shy of her.
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.
13 At various times during Senior year Carol finally decided upon studying law, writing motion-picture scenarios, professional nursing, and marrying an unidentified hero.
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.
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.
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.
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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