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“To see you, with a wreath in your hand, high, high up upon a church-tower.”
“But I have seen him with my own eyes right up at the top of a high church-tower!”
“It was when I was building the church-tower up at Lysanger.”
“Did you not like building the church-tower in our town?”
“Next to the provincial Inns of France, with the great church-tower rising above the courtyard, the horse-bells jingling merrily up and down the street beyond, and the clocks of all descriptions in all the rooms, which are never right, unless taken at the precise minute when, by getting exactly twelve hours too fast or too slow, they unintentionally become so.”
“So we walked through the huge half-furnished chambers of the palace, we panted up the copper pinnacle of the church-tower, we went to see the”
“The clock in the church-tower, buried in trees on the edge of the park, only its golden weather-cock catching the light, was striking six, and the sound came gently beating down the wind.”
“For this latter representation does not contain the two constitutive representations in a merely external coexistence; rather, in the [representation of the church-tower], the representation of the church has come to adhere”
“But no matter how familiar the coexistence of these representations may be, mere association does not help us form the representation of a church-tower.”
“They will soon be in the parish of Hayslope; the grey church-tower and village roofs lie before them to the left, and farther on, to the right, they can just see the chimneys of the Hall Farm.”
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