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1  "Yes, quite so," capped Manilov.
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2  And Manilov pointed towards the doorway.
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3  And Manilov smiled his very pleasantest smile.
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4  Only God can say what Manilov's real character was.
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5  And to that class we had better assign also Manilov.
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6  "Allow me to present to you my wife," continued Manilov.
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7  "I humbly invite you to join us at table," said Manilov.
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8  "Ah, you ARE so," interrupted Manilov with his fixed and engaging smile.
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9  At the same time, Manilov and his wife were quite satisfied with each other.
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10  The two friends exchanged hearty embraces, and Manilov then conducted his guest to the drawing-room.
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11  "Nay, but even THAT were worth nothing had not one a friend with whom to share one's life," remarked Manilov.
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12  Upon that Chichikov caught sight of a lady whom hitherto he had overlooked, but who, with Manilov, was now bowing to him in the doorway.
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13  Not many people would have admired the situation of Manilov's abode, for it stood on an isolated rise and was open to every wind that blew.
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14  Well, most of it," replied Manilov; "though also we pay occasional visits to the town, in order that we may mingle with a little well-bred society.
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15  Finally he decided to extend his visits beyond the urban boundaries by going and calling upon landowners Manilov and Sobakevitch, seeing that he had promised on his honour to do so.
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16  In particular did the newcomer pay attention to landowners Manilov and Sobakevitch; so much so that his haste to arrive on good terms with them led to his leaving the President and the Postmaster rather in the shade.
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17  After passing the fifteenth verst-stone Chichikov suddenly recollected that, according to Manilov, fifteen versts was the exact distance between his country house and the town; but the sixteenth verst stone flew by, and the said country house was still nowhere to be seen.
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