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1  Someone had put coal on and he heard voices.
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man By James Joyce
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2  The mind in that mysterious instant Shelley likened beautifully to a fading coal.
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3  The boy that held the censer had swung it lifted by the middle chain to keep the coals lighting.
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4  And the boy who came in from the street, stamping crookedly under his stone of coal, heard her words.
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5  He produced four candle-butts from the side-pockets of his soutane and placed them deftly among the coals and twisted papers.
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6  He sat listening to the words and following the ways of adventure that lay open in the coals, arches and vaults and winding galleries and jagged caverns.
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7  And then when all were vested he had stood holding out the boat to the rector and the rector had put a spoonful of incense in it and it had hissed on the red coals.
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8  Saint Catherine of Siena once saw a devil and she has written that, rather than look again for one single instant on such a frightful monster, she would prefer to walk until the end of her life along a track of red coals.
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