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- I observed once, indeed, something like exultation in his aspect: it was just when the people were bearing the coffin from the house.Chapter 17 (95% in)
- The stanchions stood too close to suffer his shoulders to follow, and I smiled, exulting in my fancied security.Chapter 17 (40% in)
- I hasped the window; I combed his black long hair from his forehead; I tried to close his eyes: to extinguish, if possible, that frightful, life-like gaze of exultation before any one else beheld it.Chapter 34 (78% in)
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