1 Campbell felt dominated by him.
2 Campbell frowned and bit his lip.
3 "Mr. Campbell, sir," said the man.
4 I don't require you, said Campbell coldly.
5 A groan broke from Campbell's lips and he shivered all over.
6 Campbell was always either at Selby Royal or in Grosvenor Square.
7 Campbell took a chair by the table, and Dorian sat opposite to him.
8 Campbell buried his face in his hands, and a shudder passed through him.
9 Campbell looked at him in surprise, and then took up the paper, and opened it.
10 Campbell scrawled a few lines, blotted them, and addressed an envelope to his assistant.
11 When they met in society now, it was only Dorian Gray who smiled: Alan Campbell never did.
12 As the hall door shut, Campbell started nervously, and having got up from the chair, went over to the chimney-piece.
13 As the chime struck one, Campbell turned round, and looking at Dorian Gray, saw that his eyes were filled with tears.
14 He heard Campbell bringing in the heavy chest, and the irons, and the other things that he had required for his dreadful work.
15 In a few moments, Alan Campbell walked in, looking very stern and rather pale, his pallor being intensified by his coal-black hair and dark eyebrows.
16 He turned and hurried out, just conscious that the dead man had been thrust back into the chair and that Campbell was gazing into a glistening yellow face.
17 But suddenly people remarked that they scarcely spoke when they met and that Campbell seemed always to go away early from any party at which Dorian Gray was present.
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