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1  But in London people are so prejudiced.
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2  London is very rich in curious effects of that kind.
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3  I don't suppose I shall ever see this horrid London again.
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4  I forgot that I was in London and in the nineteenth century.
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5  The dim roar of London was like the bourdon note of a distant organ.
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6  She laughed at him, and there wasn't a girl in London at the time who wasn't after him.
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7  As for conversation, there are only five women in London worth talking to, and two of these can't be admitted into decent society.
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8  Of course, she would fall in love with him, and he with her, and they would get married, and come home, and live in an immense house in London.
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9  Then there are other stories--stories that you have been seen creeping at dawn out of dreadful houses and slinking in disguise into the foulest dens in London.
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10  I felt that this grey monstrous London of ours, with its myriads of people, its sordid sinners, and its splendid sins, as you once phrased it, must have something in store for me.
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11  Some large blue china jars and parrot-tulips were ranged on the mantelshelf, and through the small leaded panes of the window streamed the apricot-coloured light of a summer day in London.
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12  Even those who had heard the most evil things against him--and from time to time strange rumours about his mode of life crept through London and became the chatter of the clubs--could not believe anything to his dishonour when they saw him.
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