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Page 180 - He did it as if it had been the most natural thing in the world, always disclaiming any sort of pretence, religious or moral.
Page 168 - Kievna glanced at him with an enigmatic smile, and suddenly burst out laughing. She planted her elbows on the table and hid her face in her hands, her plump shoulders shaking with laughter. Dasha got up and told Telegin she wanted to go home, and would leave, if he didn't mind, without saying goodbye to anyone.
Page 268 - I did not answer, for I did not know what to say. "How?" "I don't know'm." This provoked her. She threw the newspaper on the floor. The network of fine pink veins on the lobes of her nose turned purple. "Well, let her alone! Or she'll trap you to marry her. And what would you look like married to a girl like that?
Page 262 - It is impossible to give any idea of the beauty of this part of Paris ; as we were passing the end of a very broad street, Emmanuel stopped me to call out —