- No. He was going to be an Eathorne; delicately rigorous, coldly powerful.Chapter 17 (57% in)
- If his moral fiber had been so weakened by rebellion that he was not quite dependable in the more rigorous campaigns of the Good Citizens' League nor quite appreciative of the church, yet there was no doubt of the joy with which Babbitt returned to the pleasures of his home and of the Athletic Club, the Boosters, the Elks.Chapter 34 (39% in)
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