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Ishmael by daniel quinn, 9780553375404, available at book depository with free delivery worldwide. Comments and reviews of ishmael from now on i will divide the books i have read into two categories -- the ones i read before ishmael and those read after.
At 12, ishmael beah was a bit of a naughty boy he didn't bother to tell anyone where he was going when he, his older brother and a friend set off to walk. 100 best first lines from novels 1 call me ishmael —herman melville, moby-dick (1851) 2 it is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of.
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