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1  We placed our glass box upon the table before them.
Anthem By Ayn Rand
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2  We fell, but we never let the box fall from our hands.
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3  So we walked on, our box in our arms, our heart empty.
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4  We have not built this box for the good of our brothers.
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5  Then we took our glass box, and we went on into the forest.
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6  Then we rose, we took our box and walked on into the forest.
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7  We seized our box, we shoved them aside, and we ran to the window.
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8  And our glass box stood before us on the cold oven, as we had left it.
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9  Only the glass box in our arms is like a living heart that gives us strength.
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10  Then we put the wires to the box, and they all bent forward and sat still, watching.
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11  We found strange boxes with bars of metal inside, with many cords and strands and coils of metal.
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12  We shall go to this Council and we shall lay before them, as our gift, this glass box with the power of the sky.
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13  We are old now, yet we were young this morning, when we carried our glass box through the streets of the City to the Home of the Scholars.
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14  Tomorrow, in the full light of day, we shall take our box, and leave our tunnel open, and walk through the streets to the Home of the Scholars.
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15  Tonight, after more days and trials than we can count, we finished building a strange thing, from the remains of the Unmentionable Times, a box of glass, devised to give forth the power of the sky of greater strength than we had ever achieved before.
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