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1  She was confused, and did not know what to answer.
Notes from the Underground By Fyodor Dostoevsky
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2  "Well, even in toothache there is enjoyment," I answer.
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3  Gentlemen, I am tormented by questions; answer them for me.
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4  Yes, I answer, if one had to live simply to keep out of the rain.
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5  "In the N---- office," I answered jerkily, with my eyes on my plate.
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6  I remained angrily and contemptuously silent and would not answer him.
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7  Everything is ready; I can answer for the champagne; it is capitally frozen.
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8  There was no answer, but I fancied I heard her footsteps, lower down on the stairs.
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9  "We won't dispute your right, we won't dispute your right," the others answered, laughing.
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10  You will say, perhaps, that it is not worth your trouble; but in that case I can give you the same answer.
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11  "I arrived at five o'clock as you told me yesterday," I answered aloud, with an irritability that threatened an explosion.
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12  You will ask why did I worry myself with such antics: answer, because it was very dull to sit with one's hands folded, and so one began cutting capers.
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13  Consequently we have only to discover these laws of nature, and man will no longer have to answer for his actions and life will become exceedingly easy for him.
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14  That sauce was made up of contradictions and sufferings, of agonising inward analysis, and all these pangs and pin-pricks gave a certain piquancy, even a significance to my dissipation--in fact, completely answered the purpose of an appetising sauce.
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15  If I suddenly asked him what he wanted, he would make me no answer, but continue staring at me persistently for some seconds, then, with a peculiar compression of his lips and a most significant air, deliberately turn round and deliberately go back to his room.
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16  Then--this is all what you say--new economic relations will be established, all ready-made and worked out with mathematical exactitude, so that every possible question will vanish in the twinkling of an eye, simply because every possible answer to it will be provided.
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17  Apollon, who had already sat down to his work and put on his spectacles again, at first glanced askance at the money without speaking or putting down his needle; then, without paying the slightest attention to me or making any answer, he went on busying himself with his needle, which he had not yet threaded.
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