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used in A Great and Terrible Beauty

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a crack (or break) of a hard object — such as bone or rock; or the act of cracking or breaking
  • Generations of rain have smoothed the stone to such a high sheen in some places that I catch a fractured glimpse of myself on its uneven surface—an eye, a mouth, another eye, a composite of ill-fitting pieces.
    Chapter 12 (5% in)

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