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I went into this book knowing it was good because so many of my friends liked it (and hey, lots of awards). But I was still humbled and overwhelmed when I actually got around to reading it.

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“Why is war so much like a practical joke? she thinks. Hiding behind bushes, leaping out, with not much difference between Boo! and Bang! except the blood.”
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“And for Adam himself, the Names of the Animals were the first words he spoke — the first moment of Human language. In this cosmic instant, Adam claims his Human soul. To Name is — we hope — to greet; to draw another towards one’s self.”
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