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plenty Quotes

Eight of the best book quotes about plenty
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“There was never anything hanging from the rafters in his uncle’s crumbling old house. But in his own there was even a leg of pork which he had bought from his neighbor Ching when he killed his pig that looked as though it were sickening for a disease […] In the midst of all this plenty they sat in the house, therefore, when the winds of winter came out of the desert to the northeast of them, winds bitter and biting. ”
Pearl S. Buck
author
The Good Earth
book
Wang Lung
Ching Wang
characters
wealth
plenty
different types of wealth
concepts
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“Alone, they didn’t have much, but together, they had a potful of plenty.”
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“Ants occupy the same landscape that we do. They have plenty to do, things to occupy themselves. On some level they’re very well aware of their environment. But we don’t try to communicate with them. So I don’t think they have the foggiest notion that we exist.”
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“Ants occupy the same landscape that we do. They have plenty to do, things to occupy themselves. On some level they’re very well aware of their environment. But we don’t try to communicate with them. So I don’t think they have the foggiest notion that we exist.”
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“She took out of her cupboard 3 eggs, Bread, Cocoa, Milk, a kipper and Jam. She put it all in her cauldron and stirred it up. There was plenty of breakfast for everyone.”
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“Every day they gave it plenty of milk- and soon it grew nice and plump.”
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″‘He will have a fine place to live, and all he wants to eat,’ the men told Johnny. ‘And you can come visit him whenever you want to.‘”
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“I wonder if there isn’t a catch about having plenty of money? Does it eventually take the pleasure out of things?”

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