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1  "The mirror of the soul" books were.
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2  I was reading that in a book this morning.
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3  Here, Papa, take your book and read aloud.
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4  "And leaving books on the floor," said her brother.
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5  It did not rank among the houses that are mentioned in guide books.
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6  Or for the matter of that book learning; or skilful practice on pianos; or laying on of paint.
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7  The words weren't worth writing in the book bound like an account book in case Giles suspected.
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8  Then she ran her hand over the sunk books in the wall on the landing, as if they were pan pipes.
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9  "The library's always the nicest room in the house," she quoted, and ran her eyes along the books.
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10  No, I could tell him a mile off the way he strides the waves like what d'you call him in the picture book.
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11  For her generation the newspaper was a book; and, as her father-in-law had dropped the Times, she took it and read: "A horse with a green tail."
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12  She in her striped dress continued him, murmuring, in front of the book cases: "The moor is dark beneath the moon, rapid clouds have drunk the last pale beams of even."
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13  For as the train took over three hours to reach this remote village in the very heart of England, no one ventured so long a journey, without staving off possible mind-hunger, without buying a book on a bookstall.
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14  The fire greyed, then glowed, and the tortoiseshell butterfly beat on the lower pane of the window; beat, beat, beat; repeating that if no human being ever came, never, never, never, the books would be mouldy, the fire out and the tortoiseshell butterfly dead on the pane.
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