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1  It was cold and dark under the seawall beside his father's house.
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2  A fellow was coming out of the bicycle house and I fell and they got broken.
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3  There were lanterns in the hall of his father's house and ropes of green branches.
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4  He was sitting in the narrow breakfast room high up in the old dark-windowed house.
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5  He watched the visitors come down the steps from the house and pass into the theatre.
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6  Women and girls dressed in long vivid gowns traversed the street from house to house.
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7  Two great yellow caravans had halted one morning before the door and men had come tramping into the house to dismantle it.
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8  On week days he did messages between the house in Carysfort Avenue and those shops in the main street of the town with which the family dealt.
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9  For some time he had felt the slight change in his house; and those changes in what he had deemed unchangeable were so many slight shocks to his boyish conception of the world.
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10  Uncle Charles had grown so witless that he could no longer be sent out on errands and the disorder in settling in the new house left Stephen freer than he had been in Blackrock.
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11  Mr Dedalus lingered in the hall gazing about him and up at the roof and telling Stephen, who urged him to come out, that they were standing in the house of commons of the old Irish parliament.
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12  Outside Blackrock, on the road that led to the mountains, stood a small whitewashed house in the garden of which grew many rosebushes: and in this house, he told himself, another Mercedes lived.
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13  Whenever the car drew up before a house he waited to catch a glimpse of a well scrubbed kitchen or of a softly lighted hall and to see how the servant would hold the jug and how she would close the door.
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14  That was what he had been in prison for and he remembered that one night Sergeant O'Neill had come to the house and had stood in the hall, talking in a low voice with his father and chewing nervously at the chinstrap of his cap.
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15  Trudging along the road or standing in some grimy wayside public house his elders spoke constantly of the subjects nearer their hearts, of Irish politics, of Munster and of the legends of their own family, to all of which Stephen lent an avid ear.
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16  The sudden flight from the comfort and revery of Blackrock, the passage through the gloomy foggy city, the thought of the bare cheerless house in which they were now to live made his heart heavy, and again an intuition, a foreknowledge of the future came to him.
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17  He saw again the small white house and the garden of rose-bushes on the road that led to the mountains and he remembered the sadly proud gesture of refusal which he was to make there, standing with her in the moonlit garden after years of estrangement and adventure.
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