Oscar Montague Paranoiac

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J.B. Lippincott, 1919 - Mentally ill - 303 pages
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Page 302 - There's a long, long trail a-winding Into the land of my dreams, Where the nightingales are singing And a white moon beams. There's a long, long night of waiting Until my dreams all come true, Till the day when I'll be going down That long, long trail with you.
Page 209 - No, don't," she murmured, gazing at him through her tears. "Don't, Andryusha." Pavel came over slowly. He was pale and his eyes were also moist. "Mother's afraid it was you," he said with a short laugh. "I'm not afraid. I don't believe it! I wouldn't believe it if I saw it with my own eyes!
Page 207 - I wish I could do something to make it easier for you.
Page 47 - It would not be in accordance with the facts to say that the pony passed into oblivion, for the story was too good to keep.
Page 226 - The prosecution's burden at the preliminary hearing was simply to convince the magistrate that there was probable cause to believe that a murder had been committed and that...
Page 297 - All you have to do is to keep a stiff upper lip and forget her.
Page 81 - Can you let me have fifty dollars, mother? " and he rushed off with the money in one hand and the pitcher in the other. " I don't take any stock in this case at all,
Page 96 - I am trying to do what I think is for the best. I get very little sympathy from my family. I wish your Aunt Ellen was here. She would understand my point of view.

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