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1  The river bobbled him along gently.
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2  The river had moved him toward shore.
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3  The smell of the river was cool and like a solid rain.
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4  He ran very fast away from the house, down toward the river.
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5  He felt the river pull him further on its way, into darkness.
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6  He tossed his own clothing into the river and watched it swept away.
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7  He was three hundred yards downstream when the Hound reached the river.
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8  But there was only the normal autumn wind high up, going by like another river.
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9  He wanted to plunge in the river again and let it idle him safely on down somewhere.
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10  Then, holding the suitcase, he walked out in the river until there was no bottom and he was swept away in the dark.
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11  There must have been a billion leaves on the land; he waded in them, a dry river smelling of hot cloves and warm dust.
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12  A storm of light fell upon the river and Montag dived under the great illumination as if the sun had broken the clouds.
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13  After a long time of floating on the land and a short time of floating in the river he knew why he must never burn again in his life.
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14  You'd better head for the river if you can, follow along it, and if you can hit the old railroad lines going out into the country, follow them.
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15  Now there was only the cold river and Montag floating in a sudden peacefulness, away from the city and the lights and the chase, away from everything.
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16  The river was very real; it held him comfortably and gave him the time at last, the leisure, to consider this month, this year, and a lifetime of years.
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17  It seemed like a boatless river frozen there in the raw light of the high white arc lamps; you could drown trying to cross it, he felt; it was too wide, it was too open.
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18  He floated on his back when the valise filled and sank; the river was mild and leisurely, going away from the people who ate shadows for breakfast and steam for lunch and vapors for supper.
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19  The air over and above the vast concrete river trembled with the warmth of Montag's body alone; it was incredible how he felt his temperature could cause the whole immediate world to vibrate.
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20  With an effort, Montag reminded himself again that this was no fictional episode to be watched on his run to the river; it was in actuality his own chess game he was witnessing, move by move.
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