The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from The Damnation of Theron Ware by Harold Frederic:|
and shared your enthusiasm at the time." He had spoken
throughout with studied slowness and an insolent nicety of utterance.
"You had better go away!" broke forth Gorringe.
"If you don't, I shall forget myself."
"For the first time?" asked Theron. Then, warned by the flash
in the lawyer's eye, he turned on his heel and sauntered,
with a painstaking assumption of a mind quite at ease,
up the street.
Gorringe's own face twitched and his veins tingled
as he looked after him. He spat the shapeless cigar
out of his mouth into the gutter, and, drawing forth
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