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�Life, too, is senseless unless you know who you are, what you want, and which way the wind blows.�

The Westing Game, Ellen Raskin (via tolovebooksforever)


�Hi there, Alice,” T.R. Wexler said. “Ready for a game of chess?�

Ellen Raskin, from The Westing Game (thanks, firewineandvictory)

(Source: the-final-sentence)


yourdailybook:

The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin

yourdailybook:

The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin

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aimmyarrowshigh:

The Westing Game - Ellen Raskin

The heir who wins the windfall will be the one who finds the fourth. Buy Westing Paper Products!

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literatureiscool:


The sun sets in the west (just about everyone knows that), but Sunset Towers faced east.

- The Westing Game (1978), Ellen Raskin

literatureiscool:

The sun sets in the west (just about everyone knows that), but Sunset Towers faced east.

- The Westing Game (1978), Ellen Raskin


�Senseless, you say? Death is senseless yet makes way for the living. Life, too, is senseless unless you know who you are, what your want, and which way the wind blows.�

Sam Westing’s will, The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin (via drowninginthebrevity)


oldfavoritesolderme:

“Life, too, is senseless unless you know who you are, what you want, and which way the wind blows.”
From: The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin
Originally read at: Age 10

oldfavoritesolderme:

“Life, too, is senseless unless you know who you are, what you want, and which way the wind blows.”

From: The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin

Originally read at: Age 10


thelifeguardlibrarian:

Ooh, the best of sixth great reading class.

thelifeguardlibrarian:

Ooh, the best of sixth great reading class.


booknames:

“So take stock in America, my heirs, and sing in praise of this generous land. You, too, may strike it rich who dares to play the Westing game.”

- The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin

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�Senseless, you say? Death is senseless yet makes way for the living. Life, too, is senseless unless you know who you are, what you want, and which way the wind blows.�

The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin (via thedarklist)

(Source: eat-work-nap-repeat)



Lynn.

Poorly Made.

(wants to be well--wonders at the impossibility--will be better)

Currently: Illness as Metaphor

A wanderer in a sublunary world.

"I'm on my own two feet
But I'm not standing upright
Mine is the pressure
Mine is the pain"

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