from anywhere- if you can note where it is. thank you!
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He plunged into the swimming tank or went hunting with the Judge's sons; he escorted Mollie and Alice, the Judge's daughters, on long twilight or early morning rambles; on wintry nights he lay at the Judge's feet before the roaring library fire; he carried the Judge's grandsons on his back, or rolled them in the grass, and guarded their footsteps through wild adventures down to the fountain in the stable yard, and even beyond, where the paddocks were, and the berry patches.
This uses the parallel structure of the tricolon, although each parallel phrase is separated by a semi-colon. The list of things that Buck does qualifies I think for what you are looking for. This is right in the beginning of the story.