Alice (who Is The Dearth Now). Thank You. Better Read The Telegram, Matey, To Be Sure That You Can Make It Out. (matey Reads It To Himself, And He Has Never Quite The Same Faith In Woman Again. The Dearth Continues In A Purring Voice.) Read It Aloud, Matey.
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