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Shyamz


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Posted Sun Jul 15th, 2007 9:13pm Post subject: Page 121
"Yes, but will he? said Clifford."

Probably not the obvious

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Shyamz


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Posted Mon Aug 27th, 2007 2:53am Post subject: Page 121
Anyone need a clue?

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Anonymous


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Posted Mon Aug 27th, 2007 3:39am Post subject: Page 121
"if you are not a god, then you should be one."


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Canzonett


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Posted Mon Aug 27th, 2007 8:59am Post subject: Page 121
"By destiny and can no other choose?"

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Anonymous


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Posted Mon Aug 27th, 2007 11:22am Post subject: Page 121
aside: i seriously doubt i'll be able to guess any of the books these are from, but putting all these sentences TOGETHER is bizzare...

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sniffles


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Posted Thu Nov 20th, 2008 1:07am Post subject: Page 121
Here comes what my book on page 121, line 9 says:

..., and
then you could hear the blood of the Bassington-Bassingtons begin to
sizzle.

--
Good luck!

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smilla.jaspersen


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Posted Thu Nov 20th, 2008 7:32pm Post subject: Page 121
'Did the F├╝hrer take her away?'

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Desdemona


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Posted Sat Nov 22nd, 2008 3:30am Post subject: Page 121
urrm...

Ah. [i'lll give you a tad more .. because i don't really think that suffises]The past. Not a good place to go. Moist tried to avoid it.

Skip Life and come with me?

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smilla.jaspersen


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Posted Sat Nov 22nd, 2008 2:33pm Post subject: Page 121
Ah. The past. Not a good place to go. Moist tried to avoid it.
what a lovely excerpt, i really like the sound of it!

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SarahJoyce


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Posted Fri Dec 5th, 2008 4:45am Post subject: Page 121
Here comes what my book on page 121, line 9 says:

..., and
then you could hear the blood of the Bassington-Bassingtons begin to
sizzle.

--
Good luck!


You could probably find, "Jeeves and the Chump Cyril" in various Wodehouse or Jeeves and Wooster story collections but I have it in 'The World of Jeeves.'

Is this the Book? I don't have it on hand so I can't confirm the pg.121 line.9 location.

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Britannicus


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Posted Fri Dec 5th, 2008 5:40am Post subject: Page 121
"...world wriggled small wormlike creatures that would become fish..."

Yeah, good luck.

"Your room...it's CLEAN!!!"
"I prayed to God...and...it happened...but...where's my million dollars and horse!? Damn it!"

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monochromeprincess


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Posted Fri Dec 5th, 2008 1:35pm Post subject: Page 121
Lol, I've not known any so far, but I'd look forward to putting them together at some point :D.

"attempts at interpretation. It may consequently be represented in"

"Halfway up from the little harbor of sardine boats,"

@dreamingshadow

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SarahJoyce


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Posted Fri Dec 5th, 2008 8:29pm Post subject: Page 121
"...world wriggled small wormlike creatures that would become fish..."

Yeah, good luck.


Oh my word...I've seen this in a quotation - Ward ?

Am I on to something?

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SarahJoyce


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Posted Fri Dec 5th, 2008 8:41pm Post subject: Page 121
Here's an easy one. This is from a large translated collection of work by this author so I don't suspect anyone will know the exact book I have. Yet it is a classic...

Pg. 121, 9th line + a very large portion of the rest of the sentence :

"..I could imagine a music of which the rarest charm would be that it knew nothing more of the good and evil; only that here and there perhaps some sailor's home-sickness, some golden shadows and tender weakness might sweep lightly over it; an art which, from the far distance, would see the colours of a sinking and almost incomprehensible moral world fleeing towards it..."

SO obvious!

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Britannicus


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Posted Sat Dec 6th, 2008 12:13am Post subject: Page 121
"...world wriggled small wormlike creatures that would become fish..."

Yeah, good luck.


Oh my word...I've seen this in a quotation - Ward ?

Am I on to something?

You are.

"Your room...it's CLEAN!!!"
"I prayed to God...and...it happened...but...where's my million dollars and horse!? Damn it!"

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