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1  "Neither have I," replied the other, laughing lightly.
The Jungle By Upton Sinclair
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2  Jurgis talked lightly about work, because he was young.
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3  It was, of course, not a thing even to be talked of lightly; it was a thing they would have to sift to the bottom.
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4  Incandescent rainbows shone above it, blue, red, and golden lights played about it; but the stream itself was white, ineffable.
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5  The garret was lighted by a candle stuck upon a board; it had almost burned itself out, and was sputtering and smoking as Jurgis rushed up the ladder.
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6  He sat in a big arm-chair, with his legs crossed, and his head so far in the shadow that one saw only two glowing lights, reflected from the fire on the hearth.
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7  The place where he stood was dimly lighted; but he could see a vast hall, with pillars fading into the darkness above, and a great staircase opening at the far end of it.
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8  Jurgis went to his dinner, and afterward he walked over to see Mike Scully, who lived in a fine house, upon a street which had been decently paved and lighted for his especial benefit.
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9  And so Stanislovas went down a long stone corridor, and up a flight of stairs, which took him into a room lighted by electricity, with the new machines for filling lard cans at work in it.
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10  Last Christmas Eve and all Christmas Day Jurgis had toiled on the killing beds, and Ona at wrapping hams, and still they had found strength enough to take the children for a walk upon the avenue, to see the store windows all decorated with Christmas trees and ablaze with electric lights.
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