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1  Figured you'd wind up south along the river.
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2  Suddenly the trees might blow under a great wind of helicopters.
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3  Outside the house, a shadow moved, an autumn wind rose up and faded away.
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4  But there was only the normal autumn wind high up, going by like another river.
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5  Beatty, smelling of the wind through which he had rushed, was at Montag's elbow.
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6  You ask Why to a lot of things and you wind up very unhappy indeed, if you keep at it.
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7  While the books went up in sparkling whirls and blew away on a wind turned dark with burning.
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8  He was crushed by darkness and the look of the country and the million odors on a wind that iced his body.
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9  But in his mind, a cool wind started up and blew out the ventilator grill at home, softly, chilling his face.
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10  The Hound was on its way, followed by hovering helicopter cameras, silently, silently, sniffing the great night wind.
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11  Part of that book, part of it, quick now, quick before it gets away, before the shock wears off, before the wind dies.
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12  And, again, he saw himself in a green park talking to an old man, a very old man, and the wind from the park was cold, too.
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13  Before he reached the corner, however, he slowed as if a wind had sprung up from nowhere, as if someone had called his name.
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14  Classics cut to fit fifteen-minute radio shows, then cut again to fill a two-minute book column, winding up at last as a ten- or twelve-line dictionary resume.
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15  He could feel the Hound, like autumn, come cold and dry and swift, like a wind that didn't stir grass, that didn't jar windows or disturb leaf shadows on the white sidewalks as it passed.
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16  The autumn leaves blew over the moonlit pavement in such a way as to make the girl who was moving there seem fixed to a sliding walk, letting the motion of the wind and the leaves carry her forward.
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17  The concussion knocked the air across and down the river, turned the men over like dominoes in a line, blew the water in lifting sprays, and blew the dust and made the trees above them mourn with a great wind passing away south.
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18  One day it was raining, the next it was clear, the day after that the wind blew strong, and the day after that it was mild and calm, and the day after that calm day was a day like the furnace of summer and Clarisse with her face all sunburnt by late afternoon.
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19  Beatty never drove, but he was driving tonight, slamming the Salamander around corners, leaning forward high on the driver's throne, his massive black slicker flapping out behind so that he seemed a great black bat flying above the engine, over the brass numbers, taking the full wind.
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