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This independent image was just that of the only other of his fellow- guests with whom he had been closely concerned; he had thought of him rather indeed, up to that moment, as the Princess's fellow- Olympian- but a new momentary vision of him seemed now to qualify it. "The Finer Grain" by Henry James
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