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Claude Debussy
used in Howards End

4 uses
  • Behind Monet and Debussy the umbrella persisted, with the steady beat of a drum.
    Chapter 5 (64% in)
  • If Monet's really Debussy, and Debussy's really Monet, neither gentleman is worth his salt—that's my opinion."
    Chapter 5 (57% in)
  • If Monet's really Debussy, and Debussy's really Monet, neither gentleman is worth his salt—that's my opinion."
    Chapter 5 (57% in)
  • His brain might be full of names, he might have even heard of Monet and Debussy; the trouble was that he could not string them together into a sentence, he could not make them "tell," he could not quite forget about his stolen umbrella.
    Chapter 5 (63% in)

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