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Two things ought to be elucidated concerning the childhood of Elijah Cazane: the first is that, although everyone swiftly agreed as to the sweetness of the child, there were, however, certain divergences as to his appearance. Elijah could not be called a bonny child. Sweet, yes. But not bonny. The old man, for example, would have wished from all his heart for the child to look less like his father and more like his family, to have a smaller head, one not so bulging at the back, to have more regular and less lopsided ears, to have softer hair...

 
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