A Day No Pigs Would Die
Important Quotations Explained
Dying is dirty business. Like getting born.
Papa works all the time. He don't never rest. And worse than that, he works inside himself. I can see it on his face. Like he's been trying all his life to catch up to something. But whatever it is, it's always ahead of him, and he can't reach it.
I am not heartsick, because I am rich and they are poor.
I think that two men who are good friends ought to front name one another.
Need is a weak word. Has nothing to do with what people get. Ain't what you need that matters. It's what you do.
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