- He feels himself obliged to preach what he can't practice.4.14 — Part 4 Chapter 14 (47% in)
- I shall be obliged to praise it—if for no other reason than to prevent any further abuse of a typewriter, such as this.3.6 — Part 3 Chapter 6 (23% in)
- ...without fear or prejudice... "...charitable consideration and the benefit of the doubt even to a man charged with an outrageous crime... "...but after conscientious investigation and in the light of new evidence placed before us, we find ourselves obliged honestly to admit that we might have been too lenient... "...A society awakened to a new sense of responsibility toward the underprivileged..."...We join the voice of public opinion..."...The past, the career, the personality of Howard Roark seem to...4.16 — Part 4 Chapter 16 (77% in)
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