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- He did not know how much of an old boyish repulsion and of mere personal pride and animosity was concerned in the bitter severity of the words by which he meant to do the duty of a son and a brother.5.5 — Book 5 Chapter 5 — The Cloven Tree (59% in)
- The roach necessarily abhors the mode in which the pike gets his living, and the pike is likely to think nothing further even of the most indignant roach than that he is excellent good eating; it could only be when the roach choked him that the pike could entertain a strong personal animosity.3.7 — Book 3 Chapter 7 — How a Hen Takes to Stratagem (75% in)
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