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used in A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

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living or existing forever


someone famous throughout history


someone who will never die — such as a mythological god
  • Johnny had a hankering after immortality which made him a useless dreamer.
    Chapter 10 (99% in)
  • Yet, as she stood there, she knew that years later she would be haunted by the sorrow in the face of that starveling child and that she would wish bitterly that she had said a comforting word then and done something towards the saving of her immortal soul.
    Chapter 18 (57% in)
  • That afternoon she wrote a story about a little girl who wanted a doll so much that she was willing to give over her immortal soul to Purgatory for eternity if she could have the doll.
    Chapter 27 (96% in)

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