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used in Howards End

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living or existing forever


someone famous throughout history


someone who will never die — such as a mythological god
  • "Men did produce this" they will say, and, saying, they will give men immortality.
    Chapter 20 (6% in)
  • Her judgment told her no. She knew that out of Nature's device we have built a magic that will win us immortality.
    Chapter 28 (26% in)
  • "Men did produce one jewel," the gods will say, and, saying, will give us immortality.
    Chapter 28 (31% in)
  • To the left fell the shadow of the embankment and its arches; to the right Leonard saw up into the Tewin Woods and towards the church, with its wild legend of immortality.
    Chapter 41 (78% in)
  • Margaret believed in immortality for herself.
    Chapter 43 (63% in)

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