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The Hudson
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The Fountainhead
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  • But there it stands, on the Hudson.
  • He could see the distant band of the Hudson at his window sill, with the small streaks of ships moving under his fingertips when he pressed them to the glass.
  • Mrs. Sanborn wished a French chateau built upon their new estate on the Hudson.
  • The family left and he moved alone into the house on the Hudson.
  • Well, Wynand bought it, long ago, the whole damn village, and had it shipped here—every bit of it!—and had it assembled again down on the Hudson, and there it stands now, cobbles, church, apple trees, pigsties and all!
  • Let them come to New York, stand on the shore of the Hudson, look and kneel.
  • # Gail Wynand, aged twelve, stood in the darkness under a broken piece of wall on the shore of the Hudson, one arm swung back, the fist closed, ready to strike, waiting.
  • Since spring, he had brought to Roark’s office the contracts for a yacht club on the Hudson, an office building, two private residences.
  • Wynand thought of a crumbling wall on the edge of the Hudson.
  • The energy ran through the walls of his office to three points of the city: to the Cord Building, in the center of Manhattan, a tower of copper and glass; to the Aquitania Hotel on Central Park South; and to the Temple on a rock over the Hudson, far north on Riverside Drive.

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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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