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3V0789.01 Peggy Lawler again (3/21/80)

A later, outstanding example of this interpretation by Peggy occurred as
I read “The Fox” (by Peter Spier) to her. Peggy asked, “Who’s that?”
pointing to words at the bottom of the cover saying “Illustrations
drawn by Peter Spier.” She answered herself, “letters,” pointing to the
first words of the line. I pointed to the capitalized, bold-faced name of
the author. “Who’s that?” I asked. “Peggy Lawler” was her answer.

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