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Page 233 - Ah, it's you, very good, sit down," said the ancestor, and after saying this he utterly forgot the lancer. Theodule sat down, and M. Gillenormand got up. He began walking up and down the room, with his hands in his pockets, talking aloud, and feeling with his old irritated fingers the two watches which he wore in his two fobs.
Page 89 - Does it ever occur to you what a tremendous power, with consequent responsibility, you wield over the morals of the time? The old teachers are largely dispossessed of their authority. The pulpit no longer has a monopoly of instruction. You have ousted the preachers, and you are standing aloft in their stead.
Page 11 - Where souls each other draw. Where love is liberty, and Nature law...
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