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"The Spaniel of the King is a pound in value." (Chapter 1, p. 5).

"But to sell Flush was unthinkable. He was of the rare order of objects that cannot be associated with money." (Chapter 1, p. 14).

"Between them, flush felt more and more strongly, as the weeks wore on, was a bond, an uncomfortable yet thrilling tightness; so that if his pleasure was her pain, then his pleasure was pleasure no longer but three parts pain" (Chapter 2, p. 35).

"'Flushie,' wrote Miss Barrett, 'is my friend—my companion—and loves me better than he loves the sunshine without'" (Chapter 2, p. 35).

"Do words say everything? Can words say anything? Do not words destroy the symbol that lies beyond the reach of words?" (Chapter 2, p. 38).

"So a savage couched in flowers shudders when the thunder growls and he hears the voice of God" (Chapter 2, p. 43).

"Mr. Browning was Miss Barrett...

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