Chesapeake by James A. Michener
|Their cried filled the night...
|Now Paxmore lookd quizzically at his wife...
|...knowing that this was the moment in which the new President ought to saying something about an assignment...
|I stood in that meadow with the sun reflecting back back from the isolated drops of water and realized that...
|How could it possibly have got there.
|gotten. or else colloquial past participle not used elsewhere in 1083 pages
|...on the tenth day after the flood, when the brown waters bore their heaviest burden of mud... On the twelfth day the waters of the Chesapeake reached their maximum muddiness...
|Consecutive paragraphs present conflicting information.