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1  Then he stood aside and let in Liza.
Notes from the Underground By Fyodor Dostoevsky
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2  See, Liza, I will tell you about myself.
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3  Liza looked at Apollon with positive alarm.
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4  It was as though I were worried only by Liza.
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5  You don't know, Liza, what that torturer is to me.
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6  The thought that Liza was coming worried me continually.
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7  And I was so taken up that morning that I actually forgot all about Liza.
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8  "If it had not been for Liza nothing of this would have happened," I decided inwardly.
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9  Another thing, Liza, man is fond of reckoning up his troubles, but does not count his joys.
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10  "Liza," she answered almost in a whisper, but somehow far from graciously, and she turned her eyes away.
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11  But, however, "Liza will very likely come all the same," was the refrain with which all my reflections ended.
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12  "You have found me in a strange position, Liza," I began, stammering and knowing that this was the wrong way to begin.
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13  But this thought stirred such wrath in me that I believed I should have crushed that "damned" Liza if she had chanced to be near me at the time.
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14  As soon as the room was lighted up, Liza sprang up, sat up in bed, and with a contorted face, with a half insane smile, looked at me almost senselessly.
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15  Such a thing, Liza, happens in those accursed families in which there is neither love nor God," I retorted warmly, "and where there is no love, there is no sense either.
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16  I felt particularly bold and cheerful after nine o'clock, I even sometimes began dreaming, and rather sweetly: I, for instance, became the salvation of Liza, simply through her coming to me and my talking to her.
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17  All that evening, even when I had come back home, even after nine o'clock, when I calculated that Liza could not possibly come, still she haunted me, and what was worse, she came back to my mind always in the same position.
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