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animals, starting with Mindy, the miniature black poodle I had when I was 6; on our walks in the bogs, she'd fly over stone walls , her little ears flapping. I think we have to pay more attention to how we treat animals: the great apes trained for our
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keep an eye peeled for deer and wild turkeys), and a darkened indoor chapel, where panels of stained glass illuminate the stone walls and floors. Visitors stay in one of three quaint guesthouses, and the monks of Genesee provide the daily bread—dense
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the park and sat down on a green bench. I still had my hands in my pockets. I was looking away from her, toward the gray stone walls of the museum, which I could see through the tree branches. She said, "If you can't listen to me, if you can't hear
Heads up and heels down," she'd command as we jumped over cross rails, galloped through fields, and sailed over stone walls . When one of us got bucked off she'd pick us up, wipe our tears away, check our bodies for broken bones, and then make
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Continue this excerpt... More from the complete reader's guide to The Pillars of the Earth Tom looked at the low stone walls of the house-to-be. He had not yet saved enough money to keep the family through the winter, he realized with a chill
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The red-bearded knight and his thin wife did not notice her. Their two boys paid no more attention to her than to the stone walls of the cathedral. Gwenda's family fell back and she lost sight of them. The nave filled up quickly. Gwenda had never
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think of the void as a threat to the world of Jerry imagination, something that will wipe his map out, then drawing a big stone wall may be an excellent idea in order to protect his creation and his creativity. But what if the void is something else? Inside
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hadn't known they existed at all. On a Sunday afternoon in September 1990, my mother, my brother, Todd, and I sat on a stone wall outside the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston. My father, Anatole Broyard, the writer and book critic for the New
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Observatory, for his weekly volleyball game. My mom would wrangle us to fill jugs of water from a spout emerging from a stone wall that was supposedly "spring" water. Hey, in Greece water came out of a spring, why not in Hollywood? At home after the