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- He worked hard and earned money and kept hold of it—he was the farthest thing from a profligate.10 — Poetry and Life (8% in)
- So that it had been as Hodge had expected it would be—had even, strange to say, hoped it would be: the image had been reinforced for them both, the magnificent ghost of a lost time and place revitalized, made to seem fit for a world it could never survive in except by a calculated destruction of body for soul: a world well lost for poetry, for the beauty of sleek or angular machines, big motors roaring for as long as they lasted, profligate generosity, family talk.3 — Lion Emerging from Cage (36% in)
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