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1  The view repeated in its own way what the tune was saying.
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2  The view laid bare by the sun was flattened, silenced, stilled.
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3  Some sat down; others stood a moment, turned, and looked at the view.
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4  She could feel them slipping through her fingers, looking at the view.
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5  Mrs. Swithin and William surveyed the view aloofly, and with detachment.
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6  Many eyes, Miss La Trobe knew, for every cell in her body was absorbent, looked at the view.
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7  They looked at the view; they looked at what they knew, to see if what they knew might perhaps be different today.
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8  There they sat, facing the empty stage, the cows, the meadows and the view, while the machine ticked in the bushes.
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9  Then she sighed, pretending to express not her own drowsiness, but something connected with what she felt about views.
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10  "That's what makes a view so sad," said Mrs. Swithin, lowering herself into the deck-chair which Giles had brought her.
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11  His father, whom he loved, he exempted from censure; as for himself, one thing followed another; and so he sat, with old fogies, looking at views.
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12  Giles went back to the house and brought more chairs and placed them in a semi-circle, so that the view might be shared, and the shelter of the old wall.
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13  They stared at the view, as if something might happen in one of those fields to relieve them of the intolerable burden of sitting silent, doing nothing, in company.
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14  Thus only could he show his irritation, his rage with old fogies who sat and looked at views over coffee and cream when the whole of Europe--over there--was bristling like.
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15  How tempting, how very tempting, to let the view triumph; to reflect its ripple; to let their own minds ripple; to let outlines elongate and pitch over--so--with a sudden jerk.
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16  A length of yellow brocade was visible half-way up; and, as one reached the top, a small powdered face, a great head-dress slung with pearls, came into view; an ancestress of sorts.
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17  The sun was sinking; the colours were merging; and the view was saying how after toil men rest from their labours; how coolness comes; reason prevails; and having unharnessed the team from the plough, neighbours dig in cottage gardens and lean over cottage gates.
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