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Maya Angelou, Gather Together in My Name Quotes: I found it hard to think of leaving my books. They had been my elevators out of the midden, and to whom could I entrust such close friends?
         

I found it hard to think of leaving my books. They had been my elevators out of the midden, and to whom could I entrust such close friends?


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