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by Phyllis Chappell
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by. Goldman, Phyllis W. Publication date. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
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He felt that he almost smelled the bad nerves in him. It was a performance for Coke as well as for Peter. He could barely make out the shape of the silly altar, loose boards of uneven lengths laid over two rickety sawhorses
He felt that he almost smelled the bad nerves in him. He held the bars of the bedhead as tightly as he could, as Coke Rymer stood above him, leaning forward in a sort of triumphant uncertainty. He could barely make out the shape of the silly altar, loose boards of uneven lengths laid over two rickety sawhorses. Very gradually his breathing grew in volume, stertorous, bladed in the throat. It grew and grew; he could feel the passage of it on his skin. It was not his breathing.
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