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used in Running in the Family

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unaware of
  • For two days and nights they had been oblivious to the amount of destruction outside their home.
    p. 127.6
  • ...for me, for me....
    He emerged out of his bedroom to damn whoever it was that was playing the piano—to find the house empty—Maureen and the kids having left, and the polecat walking up and down over the keys breaking the silence of the house, oblivious to his human audience; and my father wishing to celebrate this companionship, discovering all the bottles gone, unable to find anything, finally walking up to the kerosene lamp hanging in the centre of the room at head level, and draining...
    p. 60.3
  • Whenever my father would lapse into one of his alcoholic states, she would send the three older children (I would be asleep—too young, and oblivious) into my father's room where by now he could hardly talk let alone argue.
    p. 170.8

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