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Town of Hate

By Grant, Maxwell

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Title: Town of Hate  
Author: Grant, Maxwell
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
Collections: Classic Literature Collection
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Two houses stood on the hill. Strange houses, those, because of their contrast. Individually, each had qualities that captured the admiration. Compared as a pair, they clashed. The same was true of the owners. Claude Bigby owned the old mansion and it reflected his conservatism. For a century the Bigby family had lived on the slope above the town of Lamira in the great stone residence which looked lost among its own gables. The original Bigbys had hewn the oak trees to form the clearing where the next generation had reared a mansion to replace the paternal log cabin. By then, the paper mill in the Kawagha Valley had become a source of large and steady income.

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