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  • But roses only bloom in summer; whereas the fine carnation of their cheeks is perennial as sunlight in the seventh heavens.
    Chapters 4-6 — The Counter-Pane; Breakfast; The Street (98% in)
  • Yes, for replenished with the meat and wine of the word, to the faithful man of God, this pulpit, I see, is a self-containing stronghold—a lofty Ehrenbreitstein, with a perennial well of water within the walls.
    Chapters 7-9 — The Chapel; The Pulpit; The Sermon (30% in)

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