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1  I am not afraid of you any longer.
A Doll's House By Henrik Ibsen
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2  Only see if any letters have come.
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3  Oh, don't let us have any silly excuses.
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4  The matter must be hushed up at any cost.
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5  Not even any sorrow or grief to live upon.
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6  Besides, I really don't need any help at all.
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7  No, we won't call any of the horrors to mind.
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8  Well,--goodnight, Nora, and don't be self-willed any more.
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9  Well, in any case, it would have been of no use to you now.
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10  I don't suppose he is any more unassailable than other husbands.
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11  But he was so ill then--alas, there never was any need to tell him.
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12  I should be very happy to--but you haven't any great distance to go.
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13  But there is one thing I can do in any case, and I shall do it at once.
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14  There, you see it was quite right of me not to let you stay there any longer.
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15  You haven't any idea how many expenses we skylarks and squirrels have, Torvald.
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16  Thank Heaven, any clothes look well on me, and so Torvald has never noticed it.
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17  But if you spend it all on the housekeeping and any number of unnecessary things, then I merely have to pay up again.
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18  At first he used to seem almost jealous if I mentioned any of the dear folk at home, so naturally I gave up doing so.
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19  We two have kept bravely on the straight road so far, and we will go on the same way for the short time longer that there need be any struggle.
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20  And not be able to leave behind one the slightest token of one's gratitude, scarcely even a fleeting regret--nothing but an empty place which the first comer can fill as well as any other.
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