The author then starts his tour of the slaughter house by climbing some stairs that will take him into the heart of the slaughter house. He states that it’s a “vast room, a maze of conveyer belts,” all carrying meat. Its 40 degrees in the room and the workers are cutting meat and sweating while they do it... Showed first 250 characters
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The author then starts his tour of the slaughter house by climbing some stairs that will take him into the heart of the slaughter house. He states that it’s a “vast room, a maze of conveyer belts,” all carrying meat. Its 40 degrees in the room and the workers are cutting meat and sweating while they do it... Showed next 250 characters
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To Kill A Mockingbird
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By Harper Lee
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it said moo.
then it got fed a lot.
it was taken to the slaughter house and killed.
there was a cow that was white and black.
it said moo...
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To Kill a Mockingbird
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