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  1. bruda82
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    Unhappy the wings of the dove

    i cant, define the phrase ''a queerness of conscience'' in henry james novel


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    Re: the wings of the dove

    You need to give us the whole sentence in which it appears.


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    Re: the wings of the dove

    She spoke of the future this time as so little contingent that he felt a queerness of conscience in making her the report that he presently arrived at on what had passed for him with the real arbiter of their destiny. The way for that had been blocked a little by his news from Fleet Street; but in the crucible of their happy discussion this element soon melted into the other, and in the mixture that ensued the parts were not to be distinguished.

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