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1  Shame rose from his smitten heart and flooded his whole being.
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man By James Joyce
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2  The image of Emma appeared before him, and under her eyes the flood of shame rushed forth anew from his heart.
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man By James Joyce
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3  He felt some dark presence moving irresistibly upon him from the darkness, a presence subtle and murmurous as a flood filling him wholly with itself.
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man By James Joyce
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4  He seemed to feel a flood slowly advancing towards his naked feet and to be waiting for the first faint timid noiseless wavelet to touch his fevered skin.
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5  When he had eluded the flood of temptation many times in this way he grew troubled and wondered whether the grace which he had refused to lose was not being filched from him little by little.
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6  And now, though you were to flood all hell with your tears if you could still weep, all that sea of repentance would not gain for you what a single tear of true repentance shed during your mortal life would have gained for you.
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7  The chapel was flooded by the dull scarlet light that filtered through the lowered blinds; and through the fissure between the last blind and the sash a shaft of wan light entered like a spear and touched the embossed brasses of the candlesticks upon the altar that gleamed like the battle-worn mail armour of angels.
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man By James Joyce
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