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Pages 332 and 333

  “It seemed to him that flesh was a makeshift shape, curved here and there by shadow and put on day by day.”

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Pages 316 and 317

“Here was a barrier of light between word and the uncertain, between the light with its promises, like white manes flying, and the miles on either side of somewhere.”

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Pages 314 and 315

“He knew his protests were nothing but sand pouring over and piled to tomorrow.”

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Pages 312 and 313

“He said it was madness, a leaking old tub of thought, that kept the pumps of hard labor and weariness steady at the wheel, the trap snapping over him.”

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Pages 310 and 311

“Perhaps the bed, he whispered in a sort of wonder, is an unresisting shape, a reef in relatively shallow waters, pitched into the wind and waves.”

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Pages 308 and 309

“Im emphasizing the uncertain, he said, to drive an accident.”

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Pages 306 and 307

“The BED ran into mild winds and was winking and creaking in every seam;”

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