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- Omit the what-fors.2.8 — Part 2 Chapter 8 (29% in)
- It was Roark's house, but its walls were now of red brick, its windows were cut to conventional size and equipped with green shutters, two of its projecting wings were omitted, the great cantilevered terrace over the sea was replaced by a little wrought-iron balcony, and the house was provided with an entrance of Ionic columns supporting a broken pediment, and with a little spire supporting a weather vane.1.10 — Part 1 Chapter 10 (79% in)
- He ran photographs of religious sculpture through the ages—the Sphinx, gargoyles, totem poles—and gave great prominence to pictures of Dominique's statue, with proper captions of indignation, but omitting the model's name.2.12 — Part 2 Chapter 12 (23% in)
- It was a pale, distorted victory; a reluctant compromise that consisted of omitting columns and pediments, allowing a few stretches of wall to remain naked, apologizing for a shape—good through accident—by finishing it off with an edge of simplified Grecian volutes.3.6 — Part 3 Chapter 6 (66% in)
- All the closet doors were omitted.4.12 — Part 4 Chapter 12 (25% in)
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