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Atlas Shrugged
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  • By pressing her face to the pane, she could see the whole of the Taggart Building, its lines converging abruptly to its distant pinnacle in the sky.
  • At the top, she saw a narrow hallway, its walls converging to an unlighted door.
  • Once, when she was sixteen, looking at a long stretch of Taggart track, at the rails that converged-like the lines of a skyscraper-to a single point in the distance, she had told Eddie Willers that she had always felt as if the rails were held in the hand of a man beyond the horizon-no, not her father or any of the men in the office-and some day she would meet him.

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  • The lines converge at this point
  • Social forces converged to bring the Fascists back to power

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