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'A dog bit me once and I bit back but it stank and my mouth was all full of hair.' They met ...
my mother's death. But somehow it did not stick together, it lacked cohesion. It was only ...
out of my hand. Oh, what a feeling when a terrified little bird flies up from your palm! And then I go ...
'If only he tells us how. And he is sure to tell us. Do you see these cages? My father and I made ...
Page from Issue 9 To her 'it is only the verbal expression that counts. "Don't put velvet under my fingers, say "velvety"; it is up to me to hold the word against the thing... it is up to me to fasten it tightly, because it is again un­ easy, it flutters its ...
Page 28 from Issue 10... Couldn't stop myself. So did someone else stop t'tell you in my stead? We're already on our way! Bugger Fish is here, driving. Please excuse the' hand. I haven't jitters, it's this brazen car. Bugger's sighting along ...
don't have a dog assigned to you." "My dog ran away," the old man said. ...
such a thing to a man who wasn't blind! My God!" "I bet he's got eyes, ...
I don't have to run back and forth. I think the water is still hot from my last visitor." ...
I'm a revolutionary. The welfare state tries to placate my revolutionary thrust but I will have none ...

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