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The calm sea, radiant and bright with sparkling light, reflecting the dawn on its smooth surface, is a pleasant sight to the eyes. But it is far more delightful not just to see but to address the church gathered together according to God’s will, freed from disturbances, illuminated mysteriously by the divine light, stirred up towards that light’s dawn, with hands and eyes, all the senses and the nous uplifted.

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Handkerchief

Paper Pills, pp. 11. « After the tall dark girl came to know Doctor Reefy it seemed to her that she never wanted to leave him again. 126 mots de plus

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DEPARTURE / George Willard

PP. 152 : « On the station platform everyone shook the young man’s hand« ; « Gertrude Wilmot, a tall thin woman of fifty who worked in the Winesburg post office, came along the station platform. 49 mots de plus

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A torch in his hand

Departure, pp.153 « After George counted his money he looked out of the window and was surprised to see that the train was still in Winesburg. 228 mots de plus

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Everyone shook the young man's hand

Departure, pp.152 « On the station platform everyone shook the young man’s hand. More than a dozen people waited about. Then they talked of their own affairs. 81 mots de plus

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Hands on shoulders

« Sophistication », pp.150 « George and Helen arose and walked away into the darkness. They went along a path past a field of corn that had not yet been cut. 136 mots de plus

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