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  • Then Phil began and told who we were, and how something that had been said by a friend of ours had given him, and me, -- though neither knew about the other, -- the idea of coming over and asking him, Mr. Erveng, to buy the Fetich (of course Phil called the Fetich by its proper name), and thinking he might like to see some of the manuscript, he had got hold of two chapters and brought them along to show.

    We Ten Or, The Story of the Roses

  • Fetich was thus suggested to him, it filled him with a strange tumult of exultant emotion.

    The Door in the Wall, and other stories

  • Fetich in Theology; or, Doctrinalism Twin to Ritualism.

    Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 17, No. 102, June, 1876

  • Thus was Harvard criticized by Charles Francis Adams, Jr., in an address called "A College Fetich" which he gave before the Harvard Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa June 28, 1883, three decades after he had been graduated by that distinguished institution.

    Undergraduate Work and the University of North Carolina

  • Fetich was thus suggested to him, it filled him with a strange tumult of exultant emotion.

    The Door in the Wall and Other Stories

  • But I'd speak all the same, "she added," for I think he felt dreadfully cut up over that Fetich affair, and this will show him, anyhow, that you all care more for him -- his well-being, I mean -- than for the money the book might bring in.

    We Ten Or, The Story of the Roses

  • I have a feeling that he went home and told his mother what I said about making faces and sliding down banisters, and that -- with the Fetich affair -- she thinks I'm a great rough girl.

    We Ten Or, The Story of the Roses

  • He has been working like a slave ever since -- oh, what _beasts_ we were to get up that Fetich joke!

    We Ten Or, The Story of the Roses

  • "He's been working like a slave over that beastly old Fetich," Phil said irritably, "as if he was _bound_ to get it finished."

    We Ten Or, The Story of the Roses

  • The girls 'arranging for me in this way quite cheered me up, -- the question of practising having troubled me a good deal, for I knew a noise of that kind would seriously interfere with papa's writing, and delay still longer the completion of the Fetich.

    We Ten Or, The Story of the Roses

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