The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter by Carson McCullers
|She rumpled the sawdust out of Rubber's hair and straightened Ralph's cap.
|He was young, and the the terrible feeling would not go away with study.
|He had been standing with the unlighted cigarette in his mouth when the white men stepped up and held for him a lighted match.
|The old feeding of gaiety and bliss was so quick in him again that he could not control himself.
|The picture was is the middle of a three-part frame.
|Sing smiled cordially to his fellow-travelers and leaned back in his seat.