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- She said, in her odious way, "Now, Mrs. Ramsay and I want to have a little talk together," and Mrs. Ramsay could see, as if before her eyes, the innumerable miseries of his life.1 — The Window (31% in)
- One line placed on the canvas committed her to innumerable risks, to frequent and irrevocable decisions.3 — The Lighthouse (20% in)
- She wrote innumerable letters, and sometimes the wind took them and she and Charles just saved a page from the sea.3 — The Lighthouse (24% in)
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