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1  Every day Clarisse walked him to the corner.
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2  But Clarisse's favorite subject wasn't herself.
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3  Once, long ago, Clarisse had walked here, where he was walking now.
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4  And as many times he came out of the house and Clarisse was there somewhere in the world.
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5  But everything at once, but everything one on top of another, Beatty, the women, Mildred, Clarisse, everything.
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6  Outside, crossing the lawn, on his way to work, he tried not to see how completely dark and deserted Clarisse McClellan's house was.
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7  Laughter blew across the moon-colored lawn from the house of Clarisse and her father and mother and the uncle who smiled so quietly and so earnestly.
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8  One, two, three, four, five, Clarisse, Mildred, uncle, fire, sleeping tablets, men, disposable tissue, coattails, blow, wad, flush, Clarisse, Mildred, uncle, fire, tablets, tissues, blow, wad, flush.
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9  One day it was raining, the next it was clear, the day after that the wind blew strong, and the day after that it was mild and calm, and the day after that calm day was a day like the furnace of summer and Clarisse with her face all sunburnt by late afternoon.
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