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1  I put the book down reluctantly.
The Outsiders By S. E. Hinton
  In Chapter 5
2  I liked my books and clouds and sunsets.
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  In Chapter 5
3  I took a deep breath and opened the book.
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  In Chapter 12
4  I picked up the phone book and called my English teacher.
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  In Chapter 12
5  And nobody in our gang digs movies and books the way I do.
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  In Chapter 1
6  But then, Two-Bit lies all the time too, and he never opens a book.
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  In Chapter 4
7  "You can't see him now," the nurse said, so Two-Bit handed her the book.
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  In Chapter 8
8  Ponyboy, I asked the nurse to give you this book so you could finish it.
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  In Chapter 12
9  When I see a movie with someone it's kind of uncomfortable, like having someone read your book over your shoulder.
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  In Chapter 1
10  Johnny sure did like that book, although he didn't know anything about the Civil War and even less about plantations, and I had to explain a lot of it to him.
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  In Chapter 5
11  It wasn't long before he and Steve and Two-Bit were throwing paper wads at each other and clowning around, and finally Steve dropped a hymn book with a bang--- accidentally, of course.
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  In Chapter 4
12  I hunted around for a book to read, but I'd read everything in the house about fifty million times, even Darry's copy of The Carpetbaggers, though he'd told me I wasn't old enough to read it.
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  In Chapter 12
13  I only wanted to lie on my back under a tree and read a book or draw a picture, and not worry about being jumped or carrying a blade or ending up married to some scatterbrained broad with no sense.
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  In Chapter 3
14  I mean, my second-oldest brother, Soda, who is sixteen-going-on-seventeen, never cracks a book at all, and my oldest brother, Darrel, who we call Darry, works too long and hard to be interested in a story or drawing a picture, so I'm not like them.
The Outsiders By S. E. Hinton
  In Chapter 1