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1  "He is all that," assented Chichikov.
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2  "Make no difficulty about it, I pray," urged Chichikov.
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3  "Pray be so good as not to inconvenience yourself on my account," said Chichikov.
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4  This personage turned out to resemble Chichikov himself in that he was neither fat nor thin.
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5  The waiter had just time to accomplish this feat before Paul Ivanovitch Chichikov set forth to inspect the town.
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6  Next, Chichikov received an offer of a "cut in" at whist, and accepted the same with his usual courteous inclination of the head.
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7  Upon that Chichikov caught sight of a lady whom hitherto he had overlooked, but who, with Manilov, was now bowing to him in the doorway.
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8  That the foregoing represents pretty much the gist of Chichikov's reflections as he stood watching the company I will not attempt to deny.
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9  These three personages greeted Chichikov as an old acquaintance, and to their salutations he responded with a sidelong, yet a sufficiently civil, bow.
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10  And, sure enough, after his head had been bumped a few more times against the boot of the conveyance, Chichikov found himself bowling over softer ground.
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11  In short, not an hour of the day did Chichikov find himself forced to spend at home, and his return to the inn became necessary only for the purposes of sleeping.
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12  Next, when couples had been formed for dancing and the remainder of the company found itself pressed back against the walls, Chichikov folded his arms, and carefully scrutinised the dancers.
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13  Then it was that Chichikov suddenly recollected that, when a friend has invited one to visit his country house, and has said that the distance thereto is fifteen versts, the distance is sure to turn out to be at least thirty.
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14  Not without a sense of pleasure did Chichikov take her hand as, lisping a little, she declared that she and her husband were equally gratified by his coming, and that, of late, not a day had passed without her husband recalling him to mind.
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15  Next, Chichikov repaired to the Vice-Governor's, and thence to the house of the Public Prosecutor, to that of the President of the Local Council, to that of the Chief of Police, to that of the Commissioner of Taxes, and to that of the local Director of State Factories.
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16  After passing the fifteenth verst-stone Chichikov suddenly recollected that, according to Manilov, fifteen versts was the exact distance between his country house and the town; but the sixteenth verst stone flew by, and the said country house was still nowhere to be seen.
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17  The intimation that matters had reached the point of the occasion being destined to constitute a "true birthday of the heart" caused Chichikov to become a little confused; wherefore he made modest reply that, as a matter of fact, he was neither of distinguished origin nor distinguished rank.
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