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The Picture of Dorian Gray
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  • Worlds had to be in travail, that the meanest flower might blow….
  • But he never fell into the error of arresting his intellectual development by any formal acceptance of creed or system, or of mistaking, for a house in which to live, an inn that is but suitable for the sojourn of a night, or for a few hours of a night in which there are no stars and the moon is in travail.

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  • a time of economic travail
  • Lines formed in his face, and in those lines were the travail of the North, the bite of the frost, all that he had achieved and suffered
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