Page 2, Chapter 1 Last Paragraph The children wimpered. Page 4, Chapter 1 Last Paragraph The buyer lined the slaves up one by one like cows and pigs. Page 5, Chapter 1 Paragraph 6 The startled boys ran like hopping toads. Page 5, Chapter 1 Paragraph 8 Up and down the cotton rows the message spread, faster than a winging bird. Page 33, Chapter 5 His jay-bird voice Page 47, Chapter 7 You don't talk nasty like a snakes hiss Page 58, Chapter 8 Like work-horses they found themselves Page 64, Chapter 9 Lester meandered dog-like around tall trunk as though sniffing his way Page 170, Chapter 18 They seemed like horses pawing the ground, waiting for some kind of action
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