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- It was a war in which he was invited to fight nothing, yet he was pushed forward to fight, he had to fight, he had no choice—and no adversary.1.14 — Part 1 Chapter 14 (43% in)
- I want to be owned, not by a lover, but by an adversary who will destroy my victory over him, not with honorable blows, but with the touch of his body on mine.2.7 — Part 2 Chapter 7 (86% in)
- Here she was free to resist, to see her resistance welcomed by an adversary too strong to fear a contest, strong enough to need it; she found a will granting her the recognition of her own entity, untouched and not to be touched except in clean battle, to win or to be defeated, but to be preserved in victory or defeat, not ground into the meaningless pulp of the impersonal.2.8 — Part 2 Chapter 8 (40% in)
- It's honoring your adversaries too much.2.13 — Part 2 Chapter 13 (16% in)
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