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- But he had been wrong to be angry with her; moreover, did he not rather like this vagueness in women?3 — The Lighthouse (35% in)
- Moreover, softened and acquiescent, the spring with her bees humming and gnats dancing threw her cloak about her, veiled her eyes, averted her head, and among passing shadows and flights of small rain seemed to have taken upon her a knowledge of the sorrows of mankind.2 — Time Passes (39% in)
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