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redemption
used in The Fountainhead

5 uses
  • He saw a way to redeem Wynand's name.
    4.17 — Part 4 Chapter 17 (92% in)
  • There's always a redeeming feature.
    1.12 — Part 1 Chapter 12 (30% in)
  • But this was pity—this complete awareness of a man without worth or hope, this sense of finality, of the not to be redeemed.
    4.8 — Part 4 Chapter 8 (98% in)
  • I had no right to kneel and seek redemption.
    4.16 — Part 4 Chapter 16 (41% in)
  • ...and the things which had been precious, surrendered to the sight of all, to the pawing and the bargaining, trash to the indifferent eyes of strangers, the equality of a junk heap, typewriters and violins—the tools of dreams, old photographs and wedding rings—the tags of love, together with soiled trousers, coffee pots, ash trays, pornographic plaster figures; the refuse of despair, pledged, not sold, not cut off in clean finality, but hocked to a stillborn hope, never to be redeemed.
    4.16 — Part 4 Chapter 16 (47% in)

There are no more uses of "redemption" in The Fountainhead.

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