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- He studied Roark and the house with the same meticulous scrutiny; he felt as if he could not quite tell them apart.1.11 — Part 1 Chapter 11 (73% in)
- ...moderately and exquisitely, and prided himself on the title of gourmet; that he had graduated with distinction from the École des Beaux-Arts; that he had married a great deal of money and that the marriage had not been a happy one; that he matched meticulously his socks with his handkerchiefs, but never with his neckties; that he had a great preference for designing buildings of gray granite; that he owned a quarry of gray granite in Connecticut, which did a thriving business; that he...1.4 — Part 1 Chapter 4 (12% in)
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