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1  Then Mr. McKee turned and continued on out the door.
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2  Mr. McKee was a pale feminine man from the flat below.
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3  "I wouldn't think of changing the light," cried Mrs. McKee.
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4  "I've done some nice things out on Long Island," asserted Mr. McKee.
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5  Mr. McKee awoke from his doze and started in a daze toward the door.
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6  She turned to Mrs. McKee and the room rang full of her artificial laughter.
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7  "But it looks wonderful on you, if you know what I mean," pursued Mrs. McKee.
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8  Mr. McKee was asleep on a chair with his fists clenched in his lap, like a photograph of a man of action.
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9  Mr. McKee regarded her intently with his head on one side and then moved his hand back and forth slowly in front of his face.
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10  "Chester, I think you could do something with her," she broke out, but Mr. McKee only nodded in a bored way and turned his attention to Tom.
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11  The late afternoon sky bloomed in the window for a moment like the blue honey of the Mediterranean--then the shrill voice of Mrs. McKee called me back into the room.
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