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used in The Magic Mountain

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  • To which the director had surely responded, more or less verbatim, with, "Bon, fine!" and "No harm meant!" and then gone on to say that was what he called being reasonable and that he had seen right off Hans Castorp had more talent for being a patient than that trace-kicking swashbuckler.
    6.4 - An Outburst of Temper / Something Very Embarrassing (76% in)
  • One thing that has remained exactly in my memory, and I can quote it verbatim—because as a seasoned civilian I was somewhat appalled by it—was his saying that such a day would come, if not on the feet of doves, then on the pinions of eagles (it was the eagle pinions that appalled me, as I recall) and that the fatal blow must be struck against Vienna, if we wish to bring about universal happiness.
    6.2 - Someone Else (75% in)

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