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- All this, you remember, happened in those dark ages when there were no schools of design; before schoolmasters were invariably men of scrupulous integrity, and before the clergy were all men of enlarged minds and varied culture.2.4 -- Book 2 Chapter 4 -- "The Young Idea" (17% in)
- And Stephen, while rattling on in questions to Philip about his recent sketching expedition, was thinking all the more about Maggie because he was not drawing her into the conversation as he had invariably done before.6.7 -- Book 6 Chapter 7 -- Philip Re-enters (47% in)
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