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" There was nothing else to be done; the time for telegrams and anger was over, and it seemed wisest that the hands of Leonard should be folded on his breast and be filled with flowers. Here was the father; leave it at that. Let Squalor be turned into Tragedy,... "
Howards End - Page 379
by Edward Morgan Forster - 1921 - 393 pages
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E.M. Forster: A Critical Linguistic Approach

1995 - 168 pages
...done. The time for telegrams and anger was over, and it seemed wisest that the hands of Leonard should be folded on his breast and be filled with flowers....be turned into Tragedy, whose eyes are the stars, whose hands hold the sunset and the dawn. (321) DS Savage quoted the passage with the comment: 'Leonard...
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