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- Months of voiceless agony, and then a child born in pain.Chapter 3 (36% in)
- The ticking of the clock on the mantelpiece seemed to him to be dividing Time into separate atoms of agony, each of which was too terrible to be borne.Chapter 14 (75% in)
- There were two cries heard, the cry of a hare in pain, which is dreadful, the cry of a man in agony, which is worse.Chapter 18 (28% in)
- The cry was so horrible in its agony that the frightened servants woke, and crept out of their rooms.Chapter 20 (85% in)
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