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The Hudson
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Atlas Shrugged
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  • The great oak tree had stood on a hill over the Hudson, in a lonely spot of the Taggart estate.
  • They stood looking down the Hudson; they had heard that on clear days one could see New York in the distance.
  • When he laughed, she thought they were back in the woods by the Hudson: he had not changed and never would.
  • It was a room in the house of the old Taggart estate on the Hudson.
  • It was when he inspected a complex system of pulleys which Francisco, aged twelve, had erected to make an elevator to the top of a rock; he was teaching Dagny and Eddie to dive from the rock into the Hudson.
  • She wondered why she felt that she wanted to run, that she should be running; no, not down this street; down a green hillside in the blazing sun to the road on the edge of the Hudson, at the foot of the Taggart estate.
  • It was like the moment, years ago, when she had seen him dive first from a rock into the Hudson, had seen him vanish under the black water and had stood, knowing that he would reappear in an instant and that it would then be her turn to follow.
  • Far below, on the shore of the Hudson, she saw the road she used to watch for Francisco’s carshe saw the cliff over the river, where they climbed to look for the towers of New York-and somewhere beyond the woods were the trails that led to Rockdale Station.
  • The question belonged to the present, but the solemn face came from those days on the hill by the Hudson when he would have understood all that the question meant to her.
  • Our service on the Hudson Line is only temporarily suspended and the Unification Board has refused us permission to dismantle the line!
  • Send them out on the Hudson Line, with orders to tear down every foot of copper wire, any copper wire, lights, signals, telephone, everything that’s company property.
  • This was the Francisco of their childhood, in bearing, in manner, in the unclouded brilliance of his eyes-and she found herself questioning him about his copper mine, as she had questioned him about his industrial projects on their walks on the shore of the Hudson, recapturing the sense of an unobstructed future.
  • It was for the way you looked that night, for the way you talked about your railroad-for the way you had looked when we tried to see the skyline of New York from the top of a rock over the Hudson-I had to save you, to clear the way for you, to let you find your city-not to let you stumble the years of your life away, struggling on through a poisoned fog, with your eyes still held straight ahead, still looking as they had looked in the sunlight, struggling on to find, at the end of your…

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  • Maybe he decided to drive into the Hudson River.
    Laurie Halse Anderson  --  The Impossible Knife of Memory
  • People are saying he flew his aeroplane twenty miles this morning, up the Hudson River.
    Margaret Peterson Haddix  --  Uprising

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