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- And she added, in a softer key, that it must be delightful to think of those who love us among the ruins of the Pantheon.Chapter 23 (18% in)
- "I should enjoy seeing the works of Raphael and the ruins—the ruins of the Pantheon," she said to Mrs. Almond; "but, on the other hand, I shall not be sorry to be alone and at peace for the next few months in Washington Square.Chapter 23 (3% in)
- "If Lavinia had not been so foolish, she might visit the ruins of the Pantheon," she said to herself; and she continued to regret her sister's folly, even though the latter assured her that she had often heard the relics in question most satisfactorily described by Mr. Penniman.Chapter 23 (8% in)
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