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1  "Where is it," thought Raskolnikov.
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2  "He is a madman," thought Raskolnikov.
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3  "Lizaveta's work," thought the young man.
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4  He drove away thought; thought tortured him.
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5  He stood still, thought a minute and went on.
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6  "Now it's time for me to go," thought Raskolnikov.
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7  Razumihin stood a moment, thought and let his hand drop.
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8  "From his voice he must be quite young," thought Raskolnikov.
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9  At last he got up, took his cap, thought a minute, and went to the door.
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10  "He must be a big, fat man," thought Raskolnikov, squeezing the axe in his hand.
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11  "It's the moon that makes it so still, weaving some mystery," thought Raskolnikov.
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12  'Here is my little fact,' thought I, and I didn't think it over, I simply wouldn't.
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13  Raskolnikov stood still a moment, thought, and followed the priest into Sonia's room.
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14  He stood still, thought a moment, and a suffering smile came for a moment on to his lips.
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15  "Perhaps it's a good thing really that he should think me almost a madman," thought Raskolnikov.
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16  "There would be no getting anything out of him, because he has no interest in anything," thought Raskolnikov.
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17  When Raskolnikov went out he stood still, thought a moment, went on tiptoe to his own room which adjoined the empty one, brought a chair and noiselessly carried it to the door that led to Sonia's room.
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