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- Like so many cold, weak people, when faced at last by the incontrovertible disaster she exhumed from somewhere a sort of fortitude, strength.4 — April 8, 1928 (61% in)
- She had been abig woman once but now her skeleton rose, draped loosely inunpadded skin that tightened again upon a paunch almost dropsical, as though muscle and tissue had been courage or fortitude which the days or the years had consumed until only the indomitable skeleton was leftrising like a ruin or a landmarkabove the somnolent and impervious guts,and above that the collapsed face that gave the impression of the bones themselves being outside the flesh,lifted into the driving day...4 — April 8, 1928 (1% in)
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