- Their identification did not mean that they dwelt always in rosy bliss.Chapter 25 (57% in)
- While medical quacks, manufacturers of patent medicines, chewinggum salesmen, and high priests of advertising lived in large houses, attended by servants, and took their sacred persons abroad in limousines, Max Gottlieb dwelt in a cramped cottage whose paint was peeling, and rode to his laboratory on an ancient and squeaky bicycle.Chapter 12 (29% in)
- Hither that peasant beau, Gaston Lopo, brought Madame de Merlemont, and dwelt in fashionableness till the slaves whom he had often relished to lash came on him shaving, and straightway the lather was fantastically smeared with blood.Chapter 31 (15% in)
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