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Parthenon
used in The Mill on the Floss

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most famous surviving building of Ancient Greece
  • A woman's arm touched the soul of a great sculptor two thousand years ago, so that he wrought an image of it for the Parthenon which moves us still as it clasps lovingly the timeworn marble of a headless trunk.
    6.10 -- Book 6 Chapter 10 -- The Spell Seems Broken (55% in)

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