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used in The Lords of Discipline

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a state of noisy confusion and disorder
  • Pandemonium cut loose in every square foot of the barracks; the Officer of the Guard tried to clear the quadrangle of cadets, but the surge of the crowd overwhelmed him.
    Chapter 1.14 (37% in)
  • There is no ambiance of hazard here, but something so tightly repressed, so rigidly ordered, so consecrated to the adoration of restraint that you sometimes want to scream out for excess, for a single knee bent toward bad taste, for the cleansing roar of pandemonium to establish a foothold somewhere in the city But, of course, the charm of the city lies in this adherence to a severity of form.
    Prologue (41% in)
  • I sprinted out the door and was met by a great surge of freshmen being herded to their rooms, away from the pandemonium, away from the lone plebe who had in one moment of anarchy stepped outof the control of the system.
    Chapter 1.14 (34% in)

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