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1  "Just thought I'd tell ya," said Crooks.
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2  "Come on in and set a while," Crooks said.
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3  Crooks put his dark chin into his pink palm.
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4  Crooks leaned forward over the edge of the bunk.
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5  Crooks' face lighted with pleasure in his torture.
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6  Crooks settled himself more comfortably on his bunk.
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7  Crooks pressed forward some kind of private victory.
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8  Crooks scowled, but Lennie's disarming smile defeated him.
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9  Crooks said sharply, "You got no right to come in my room."
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10  This room was swept and fairly neat, for Crooks was a proud, aloof man.
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11  'Crooks said, "Well, you been takin' 'em out of the nest all the time.'"
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12  Crooks' bunk was a long box filled with straw, on which his blankets were flung.
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13  For a moment Crooks did not see him, but on raising his eyes he stiffened and a scowl came on his face.
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14  Crooks possessed several pairs of shoes, a pair of rubber boots, a big alarm clock and a single-barreled shotgun.
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15  Crooks had his apple box over his bunk, and in it a range of medicine bottles, both for himself and for the horses.
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16  Crooks stared at Lennie, and he reached behind him and took down the spectacles and adjusted them over his pink ears and stared again.
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17  And scattered about the floor were a number of personal possessions; for, being alone, Crooks could leave his things about, and being a stable buck and a cripple, he was more permanent than the other men, and he had accumulated more possessions than he could carry on his back.
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