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old man and the young shook hands, and John walked away with tears streaming from his eyes. Ten minutes laterhe had passed outside the city limits and he stopped to glance back for the last time. Over the gates the old-fashioned Victorian motto seemed strangely attractive to him. His father had tried time and time again to have itchanged to something with a little more push and verve about it, such as "HadesùYour Opportunity," or else a plain"Welcome" sign set over a hearty handshake pricked out in electric lights. The old motto was a little depressing,Mr. Unger had thoughtbut now. So John took his look and then set his face resolutely toward his destination. And,as he turned away, the lights of Hades against the sky seemed full of a warm and passionate beauty. The phrase"maternal fatuity", suggests that

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Term
Fall
Professor
Mohammad Alizadeh
Tags
Trigraph, John T Unger

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