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Passage II:

"He wanted no land of Make-believe: his fantasies found extension in reality. And he saw no reason to doubt that there really were 1,200 gods in Egypt, and that the centaur, the hippogriff, and the winged bull might all be found in there proper places. He believed that there was magic in Byzantium, and genii stopped up in wizards’ bottles. Moreover, since Ben’s death, the conviction had grown on him that men do not escape from life because life is dull, but that life escapes from men because men are little. He felt that the passions of the play were greater than the actors. It seemed to him that he had never had a great moment of living in which he had measured up to its fullness."

With Prompts:

He wanted no land of (Noun): his fantasies found extension in reality. And he saw no reason to (Verb) that there really were 1,200 (Noun (Plural)) in (Country), and that the (Creature), the hippogriff, and the (Creature) might all be (Verb) in there proper places. He believed that there was (Noun) in (Country), and genii stopped up in wizards’ (Noun). Moreover, since Ben’s death, the (Noun) had grown on him that men do not (Verb) from (Noun) because life is dull, but that (Noun) (Verb) from men because men are (Adjective). He felt that the passions of the (Noun) were greater than the (Noun (Plural)). It seemed to him that he had never had a great moment of (Gerund) in which he had (Verb) to its fullness.

 
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