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used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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the highest point - physically or as a metaphor
  • All trains were special to Owen Meany, who had never ridden on a train; but The Flying Yankee—its terrifying speed and its refusal to stop in Gravesend—represented to Owen the zenith of travel.
    p. 190.8

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