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- Philip nursed his wrath till the next half-holiday.21-22 — Chapters 21-22 (22% in)
- He came under the influence of Newman's Apologia; the picturesqueness of the Roman Catholic faith appealed to his esthetic sensibility; and it was only the fear of his father's wrath (a plain, blunt man of narrow ideas, who read Macaulay) which prevented him from "going over.'25-26 — Chapters 25-26 (66% in)
- He did not think of her with wrath, but with an overwhelming sense of boredom.97-98 — Chapters 97-98 (40% in)
There are no more uses of "wrath" in Of Human Bondage.
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