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for The Diary of Opal Whiteley
"Tomorrow the priest will bestow his blessings on the church."
|Paragraph 327: Example|
|Good King Edward I|
|"A Fir Tree Growing In The Lane."||Paragraph 39: First mention|
|a fenced place where farmers keep their pigs
I let my pet pig Peter Paul Rubens out of the pig-pen this morning."
|Paragraph 328: Example|
|Queen Eleanor of Castile|
|"A Fir Tree In The Lane Growing By Edward I."||Paragraph 61: First mention|
|Solomon Grundy is a pig living on the farm. His mother is "Aphrodite."
The name comes from one of the Mother Goose nursery rhymes.
Solomon Grundy becomes more important to Opal after the death of another of her favorite pigs, Peter Paul Rubens.
|Scene 66: The Christening of Soloman Grundy|
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