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1  I have forgotten to say that the bronze ended with his face.
The Sea-Wolf By Jack London
Get Context   In CHAPTER XV
2  And so it ended, with the phrase she knew had all power over me.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXVI
3  It ended with Johnson flinging off Louis's detaining arm and starting forward.
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4  I came back and went on with my work; and here the episode ended for the time, though further developments were yet to take place.
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5  I had burst open the ends of my fingers at the very first, and during the reefing I had worked with tears of pain running down my cheeks.
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6  I had to learn my tools to begin with, and every simple mechanical principle which such a man would have at his finger ends I had likewise to learn.
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7  I pulled till I burst open the ends of all my fingers; and while I pulled, the flying-jib and staysail split their cloths apart and thundered into nothingness.
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8  By crossing and lashing the ends of two spars, and then elevating them in the air like an inverted "V," I could get a point above the deck to which to make fast my hoisting tackle.
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9  Its jaws were pried apart to their greatest extension, and a stout stake, sharpened at both ends, was so inserted that when the pries were removed the spread jaws were fixed upon it.
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10  And then the wheel would reappear, and Wolf Larsen's broad shoulders, his hands gripping the spokes and holding the schooner to the course of his will, himself an earth-god, dominating the storm, flinging its descending waters from him and riding it to his own ends.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XVII