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1  Yet it was not this alone that made him gloomy and morose.
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2  He knew that when he was alone he would have to examine the portrait.
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3  At least he would be alone when he looked upon the mask of his shame.
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4  The girl was standing there alone, with a look of triumph on her face.
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5  When the picture was finished, and I sat alone with it, I felt that I was right.
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6  The thing was hushed up, but, egad, Kelso ate his chop alone at the club for some time afterwards.
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7  For some months past she had felt ill at ease when she was alone with this rough stern son of hers.
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8  He showed me a letter that his wife had written to him when she was dying alone in her villa at Mentone.
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9  It was almost nine o'clock before he reached the club, where he found Lord Henry sitting alone, in the morning-room, looking very much bored.
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10  As soon as he was alone, he lit a cigarette and began sketching upon a piece of paper, drawing first flowers and bits of architecture, and then human faces.
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11  Yet, after some time, he wearied of them, and would sit in his box at the opera, either alone or with Lord Henry, listening in rapt pleasure to "Tannhauser" and seeing in the prelude to that great work of art a presentation of the tragedy of his own soul.
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