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Can you explain the grammatical structure of the latter part (new blades...) ? Don't you need "with" before "new blades", do you?

Mucho shaved his upper lip every morning three times with, three times against the grain to remove any remotest breath of a moustache, new blades he drew blood invariably but kept at it;

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Can you explain the grammatical structure of the latter part (new blades...) ? Don't you need "with" before "new blades", do you?

Mucho shaved his upper lip every morning three times with, three times against the grain to remove any remotest breath of a moustache, new blades he drew blood invariably but kept at it;
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