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1  My soul frets in the shadow of his language.
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2  The shadow, then, of the life of the college passed gravely over his consciousness.
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3  The white spray nodded to her dancing and when she was in shadow the glow was deeper on her cheek.
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4  He cowered in the shadow of the thought, abasing himself in the awe of God Who had made all things and all men.
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5  The phrase had been spoken lightly with design and he felt that his face was being searched by the eyes in the shadow.
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6  He shoved it back and in the shadow of the trees Stephen saw his pale face, framed by the dark, and his large dark eyes.
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7  He approached timidly and knelt at the last bench in the body, thankful for the peace and silence and fragrant shadow of the church.
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8  The priest's face was in total shadow, but the waning daylight from behind him touched the deeply grooved temples and the curves of the skull.
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9  The frail gay sound smote his heart more strongly than a trumpet blast, and, not daring to lift his eyes, he turned aside and gazed, as he walked, into the shadow of the tangled shrubs.
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10  He had left the classroom in disdain that was not wholly sincere, feeling that perhaps the secret of her race lay behind those dark eyes upon which her long lashes flung a quick shadow.
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11  Stephen smiled again in answer to the smile which he could not see on the priest's shadowed face, its image or spectre only passing rapidly across his mind as the low discreet accent fell upon his ear.
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12  It would lead you to believe that he had in mind symbolism or idealism, the supreme quality of beauty being a light from some other world, the idea of which the matter is but the shadow, the reality of which it is but the symbol.
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13  All were waiting: uncle Charles, who sat far away in the shadow of the window, Dante and Mr Casey, who sat in the easy-chairs at either side of the hearth, Stephen, seated on a chair between them, his feet resting on the toasted boss.
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14  He walked away slowly towards the deeper shadows at the end of the colonnade, beating the stone softly with his stick to hide his revery from the students whom he had left: and allowed his mind to summon back to itself the age of Dowland and Byrd and Nash.
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15  His mind, in the vesture of a doubting monk, stood often in shadow under the windows of that age, to hear the grave and mocking music of the lutenists or the frank laughter of waist-coateers until a laugh too low, a phrase, tarnished by time, of chambering and false honour stung his monkish pride and drove him on from his lurking-place.
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