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1  Miss Barkley was in the garden.
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2  I am now in love with Miss Barkley.
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3  "Don't go, Helen," Miss Barkley said.
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4  Miss Barkley was sitting on a bench in the garden.
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5  After supper I would go and see Catherine Barkley.
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6  "I'll see you in a little while," Miss Barkley said.
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7  I would eat quickly and go and see Catherine Barkley.
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8  The next afternoon I went to call on Miss Barkley again.
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9  I saw Catherine Barkley coming down the hall, and stood up.
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10  Walking home Rinaldi said, "Miss Barkley prefers you to me."
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11  We sat on the flat stone bench and I held Catherine Barkley's hand.
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12  I knew I did not love Catherine Barkley nor had any idea of loving her.
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13  He smiled, "I must make on Miss Barkley the impression of a man of sufficient wealth."
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14  When I got home it was too late and I did not see Miss Barkley until the next evening.
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15  I drove back to Gorizia and our villa and, as I said, went to call on Miss Barkley, who was on duty.
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16  I would like to eat at the Cova and then walk down the Via Manzoni in the hot evening and cross over and turn off along the canal and go to the hotel with Catherine Barkley.
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17  I sat now in the chair and an orderly of some sort looked at me disapprovingly from behind a desk while I looked at the marble floor, the pillars with the marble busts, and the frescoes on the wall and waited for Miss Barkley.
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