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1  Stephen's heart was beating and fluttering.
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man By James Joyce
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2  He watched their flight; bird after bird: a dark flash, a swerve, a flutter of wings.
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3  His white silk badge fluttered and fluttered as he worked at the next sum and heard Father Arnall's voice.
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4  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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5  A flame began to flutter again on Stephen's cheek as he heard in this proud address an echo of his own proud musings.
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6  Then at the door of the castle the rector had shaken hands with his father and mother, his soutane fluttering in the breeze, and the car had driven off with his father and mother on it.
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7  A tremulous chill blew round his heart, no stronger than a little wind, and yet, listening and suffering silently, he seemed to have laid an ear against the muscle of his own heart, feeling it close and quail, listening to the flutter of its ventricles.
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8  The inhuman clamour soothed his ears in which his mother's sobs and reproaches murmured insistently and the dark frail quivering bodies wheeling and fluttering and swerving round an airy temple of the tenuous sky soothed his eyes which still saw the image of his mother's face.
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