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1  Mr Dedalus covered the dish and began to eat hungrily.
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2  The other boys bent over their theme-books and began to write.
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3  He winked at Stephen and, replacing the dish-cover, began to eat again.
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4  He looked with the others across the playground and began to feel afraid.
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5  Mr Dedalus began to sway his head to and fro, crooning like a country singer.
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6  The little silk badge with the white rose on it that was pinned on the breast of his jacket began to flutter.
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7  The bell rang and then the classes began to file out of the rooms and along the corridors towards the refectory.
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8  Father Arnall came in and the Latin lesson began and he remained still, leaning on the desk with his arms folded.
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9  But when he had sung his song and withdrawn into a snug corner of the room he began to taste the joy of his loneliness.
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10  He inclined his head, closed his eyes, and, licking his lips profusely, began to speak with the voice of the hotel keeper.
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11  This welcome ended in a soft peal of mirthless laughter as Heron salaamed and then began to poke the ground with his cane.
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12  But when he had passed the old servant on the landing and was again in the low narrow dark corridor he began to walk faster and faster.
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13  When he had written this title and drawn an ornamental line underneath he fell into a daydream and began to draw diagrams on the cover of the book.
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14  As soon as the boys had turned into Clonliffe Road together they began to speak about books and writers, saying what books they were reading and how many books there were in their fathers' bookcases at home.
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15  The hour when he too would take part in the life of that world seemed drawing near and in secret he began to make ready for the great part which he felt awaited him the nature of which he only dimly apprehended.
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16  Then the higher line fellows began to come down along the matting in the middle of the refectory, Paddy Rath and Jimmy Magee and the Spaniard who was allowed to smoke cigars and the little Portuguese who wore the woolly cap.
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17  It was wrong; it was unfair and cruel; and, as he sat in the refectory, he suffered time after time in memory the same humiliation until he began to wonder whether it might not really be that there was something in his face which made him look like a schemer and he wished he had a little mirror to see.
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