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used in Looking for Alaska

3 uses
  • How will stabbing one another in the back help women to rise above patriarchal oppression?
    p. 65.7
  • The air outside sat as still and oppressive as the air inside.
    p. 7.9
  • The way she would get sulky and make references to the freaking oppressive weight of tragedy or whatever but then never said what was wrong, never have any goddamned reason to be sad.
    p. 149.6

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