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1  Stephen's heart jumped suddenly.
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2  Stephen's heart leapt up in fear.
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3  Stephen's heart was beating and fluttering.
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4  His heart danced upon her movements like a cork upon a tide.
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5  Stephen felt his heart filled by Fleming's words and did not answer.
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6  He thought that he was sick in his heart if you could be sick in that place.
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7  The peace of the gardens and the kindly lights in the windows poured a tender influence into his restless heart.
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8  Pride and hope and desire like crushed herbs in his heart sent up vapours of maddening incense before the eyes of his mind.
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9  Yet a voice within him spoke above the noise of his dancing heart, asking him would he take her gift to which he had only to stretch out his hand.
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10  His heart was beating fast on account of the solemn place he was in and the silence of the room: and he looked at the skull and at the rector's kind-looking face.
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11  Words which he did not understand he said over and over to himself till he had learnt them by heart: and through them he had glimpses of the real world about them.
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12  I let her bawl away, to her heart's content, KITTY O'SHEA and the rest of it till at last she called that lady a name that I won't sully this Christmas board nor your ears, ma'am, nor my own lips by repeating.
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13  But when autumn came the cows were driven home from the grass: and the first sight of the filthy cowyard at Stradbrook with its foul green puddles and clots of liquid dung and steaming bran troughs, sickened Stephen's heart.
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14  The sudden flight from the comfort and revery of Blackrock, the passage through the gloomy foggy city, the thought of the bare cheerless house in which they were now to live made his heart heavy, and again an intuition, a foreknowledge of the future came to him.
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15  But the same foreknowledge which had sickened his heart and made his legs sag suddenly as he raced round the park, the same intuition which had made him glance with mistrust at his trainer's flabby stubble-covered face as it bent heavily over his long stained fingers, dissipated any vision of the future.
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16  The lumps of knotted flock under his head reminded him of the lumps of knotted horsehair in the sofa of her parlour on which he used to sit, smiling or serious, asking himself why he had come, displeased with her and with himself, confounded by the print of the Sacred Heart above the untenanted sideboard.
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17  The mirth, which in the beginning of the evening had seemed to him false and trivial, was like a soothing air to him, passing gaily by his senses, hiding from other eyes the feverish agitation of his blood while through the circling of the dancers and amid the music and laughter her glance travelled to his corner, flattering, taunting, searching, exciting his heart.
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