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"We all have our different languages; but we all really mean the same thing."
Chap. 2, Dinner With the Sub-Warden, p. 37.

"We think the lamb gentle because its wool is soft to our hands: men call a woman voluptuous when she arouses voluptous feelings in them. Jane's body...was so exactly to Mark's mind that it was all but impossible for him not to attribute to her the same sensations which she excited in him."
Chap. 2, Dinner With the Sub-Warden, p. 46.

"At the name of Jesus, Mark, who would have lectured on abortion or perversion to an audience of young women without a qualm, felt himself so embarrassed that he knew his cheeks were slightly reddening; and he became so angry with himself and Mr. Straik at this discovery that they then proceeded to redden very much indeed."
Chap. 4, The Liquidation of Anachronisms, pp. 78-79.


"...his [Mark's] education had had...

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