- However, I am anxious to forestall, if possible, what appears to be a tragedy, the spectacle of a young man of your obvious mental gifts setting out deliberately to make a mess of his life.1.1 — Part 1 Chapter 1 (83% in)
- Hopton Stoddard had a genius for investment; he invested in everything—houses of ill fame, Broadway spectacles on the grand scale, preferably of a religious nature, factories, farm mortgages and contraceptives.2.10 — Part 2 Chapter 10 (62% in)
- Eugene Pettingill waddled about on his skinny, ancient legs, small and bent, an imposing Park Avenue hotel, with horn-rimmed spectacles peering from under the majestic tower.2.11 — Part 2 Chapter 11 (17% in)
- He had returned from his journey, crushed by the universal spectacle of religion, most particularly by the various forms in which the promise of hell confronted him all over the earth.2.12 — Part 2 Chapter 12 (10% in)
- If you were not involved as you are, you'd be the one person who'd appreciate the spectacle.2.12 — Part 2 Chapter 12 (44% in)
- The city became a friendly sight, an abstraction with which no possible communication could be established, like the sky, a spectacle to be admired, but of no direct concern in their lives.3.8 — Part 3 Chapter 8 (2% in)
There are no more uses of "spectacle" in The Fountainhead.
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