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Wednesday, February 17, 2016
Who said it Wednesday (February 17, 2016)
No one got last weeks quotation (answer below), which I kind of expected. So for this week, I’ve chosen what I think should be pretty easy.
It isn’t important, I know, but I hate it when somebody has cheap suitcases. It sounds terrible to say it, but I can even get to hate somebody, just looking at them, if they have cheap suitcases with them.
Name the novel or the character (possibly the narrator), or extra credit for both. First to get it right wins the privilege of being known as the first to get it right.
Check back next week for the answer (if no one gets it before then).
Last weeks quotation:
Before long the word got around that I was a listener to hard-luck stories, personal histories, gripes, and that I gave advice, and by and by I had a daily clientele, almost like a fortuneteller.
~ Augie March from The Adventures of Augie March