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The Fountainhead
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  • The discipline of an immortal tradition has served here as a cohesive factor in evolving a structure whose beauty can reach, simply and lucidly, the heart of every man in the street.
  • "By my immortal soul, Hopton," he said slowly, "he’s the best there is."
  • He’s completely immortal.
  • He had famous masterpieces; he had canvases by unknown artists; he rejected the works of immortal names for which he did not care.
  • Though perhaps they are the only immortal ones.
  • You wish to reject an opportunity like this, a shot in history, a chance of world fame, practically a chance of immortality
  • He thought that he had believed it was a simple sequence, the past and the present, and if there was loss in the past one was compensated by pain in the present, and pain gave it a form of immortality—but he had not known that one could destroy like this, kill retroactively—so that to her it had never existed.
  • He said: "I often think that he’s the only one of us who’s achieved immortality.
  • A placard stood by the glass column of the box office: "Bill Shakespeare’s immortal classic!

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  • Zeus and the other gods were supposed to be immortal.
  • She believes we have an immortal soul.

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