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not wanting Quotes

Eight of the best book quotes about not wanting
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“When Joel emerged into the street, he was still embarrassed. He didn’t want to go shopping anymore. He didn’t want to be his own mother. But he did want revenge.”
Henning Mankell
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When the Snow Fell
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Joel Gustafson
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mothers
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″‘Kit, do you s’pose we’ve got to be married?’ ‘It looks like it,’ said Kit. Things seemed very dark indeed to the twins.”
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“It wasn’t that she couldn’t lie to him. She could lie to anyone and make it good, if she had to—she’d certainly discovered that. But she didn’t want to, not to him or to Windy.”
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“Ping knew he would be the last, the very last if he crossed the bridge. Ping did not want to be spanked.”
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“There are hundreds of worries and even sorrows that may come along, but- I think what I really mean is that Rose won’t be wanting things to happen. She will want things to stay just as they are. She will never have the fun of hoping something wonderful and exciting may be just round the corner.”
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“Oh, master, I don’t want to leave you! I’m a quiet little horse, I don’t want to be sold. I want to stay with you for ever and ever.”
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“But the cheap toys were very pretty, and the children did not want Uncle Peder’s anymore.”
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“John said he didn’t want to have to go for walks every day with a girl of twelve who thought she knew everything, and Susan said she didn’t want to have to go for walks with a boy of ten who didn’t know anything at all.”

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