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A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
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  • The forms of the community emerged from the gust-blown vestments, the dean of studies, the portly florid bursar with his cap of grey hair, the president, the little priest with feathery hair who wrote devout verses, the squat peasant form of the professor of economics, the tall form of the young professor of mental science discussing on the landing a case of conscience with his class like a giraffe cropping high leafage among a herd of antelopes, the grave troubled prefect of the
  • His fellow student’s rude humour ran like a gust through the cloister of Stephen’s mind, shaking into gay life limp priestly vestments that hung upon the walls, setting them to sway and caper in a sabbath of misrule.

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  • It takes a moment for Lev to recognize him—mainly because he’s not wearing his modest pastor’s vestments.
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  • "First of all his luggage had to be put in carefully because his vestments couldn’t be crushed.
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