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- In any period of history, he declared, architects built in the spirit of their own time, and did not pick designs from the past; we could be true to history only in heeding her law, which demanded that we plant the roots of our art firmly in the reality of our own life.1.10 — Part 1 Chapter 10 (4% in)
- He did not know why that moment remained with him, what significance, unheeded at the time, had preserved it for him when so much else of greater import had been lost.1.12 — Part 1 Chapter 12 (40% in)
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