1 'All but the crazy boy,' Jake put in.
2 At sight of it, the crazy boy began to smack his lips.
3 My tatinek say when you are big boy, he give you his gun.
4 He struck Ambrosch on the back, and the boy smiled knowingly.
5 The crazy boy went with them, because he did not feel the cold.
6 A snake of his size, in fighting trim, would be more than any boy could handle.
7 Even from a distance one could see that there was something strange about this boy.
8 The crazy boy lay under the only window, stretched on a gunny-sack stuffed with straw.
9 He did not hesitate like a farmer boy, but looked one eagerly in the eye when he spoke.
10 The crazy boy, seeing the food, began to make soft, gurgling noises and stroked his stomach.
11 Several times the poor boy fell asleep where he sat, wakened with a start, and began to pray again.
12 Antonia often quoted his opinions to me, and she let me see that she admired him, while she thought of me only as a little boy.
13 I didn't want her ring, and I felt there was something reckless and extravagant about her wishing to give it away to a boy she had never seen before.
14 She was four years older than I, to be sure, and had seen more of the world; but I was a boy and she was a girl, and I resented her protecting manner.
15 Grandfather was a deacon in the new Baptist Church, grandmother was busy with church suppers and missionary societies, and I was quite another boy, or thought I was.
16 I travelled in the care of a mountain boy, Jake Marpole, one of the 'hands' on my father's old farm under the Blue Ridge, who was now going West to work for my grandfather.'
17 Grandmother had told me while she was getting supper that he was an Austrian who came to this country a young boy and had led an adventurous life in the Far West among mining-camps and cow outfits.
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