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used in The Remains of the Day

4 uses
  • My father was unconscious and his face looked an oddly grey colour.
    2m — Day 2 - Morning (26% in)
  • I was especially conscious that any resistance there may be on the part of Mrs Clements, or the two girls, to the taking on of duties beyond their traditional boundaries would be compounded by any notion that their workloads had greatly increased.
    Prologue (35% in)
  • What with Mrs Clements and the girls also gone for the week, I suppose I was very conscious of the fact that once I departed, Darlington Hall would stand empty for probably the first time this century - perhaps for the first time since the day it was built.
    1e — Day 1 - Evening (1% in)
  • They both turned towards me with a self-conscious air, then Mrs Smith said: "We told Dr Carlisle you were here, sir.
    3e — Day 3 - Evening (69% in)

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