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1  Sore stomach, but I'm hungry as all get-out.
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2  He recognized this as the true state of affairs.
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3  It never went away, that smile, it never ever went away, as long as he remembered.
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4  "Hello," whispered Montag, fascinated as always with the dead beast, the living beast.
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5  And as many times he came out of the house and Clarisse was there somewhere in the world.
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6  That was his idiot thought as he stood shivering in the dark, and let his lips go on moving and moving.
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7  There was a tremendous ripping sound as if two giant hands had torn ten thousand miles of black linen down the seam.
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8  His foot, sending vibrations ahead, received back echoes of the small barrier across its path even as the foot swung.
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9  And then, very slowly, as he walked, he tilted his head back in the rain, for just a few moments, and opened his mouth.
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10  Before he reached the corner, however, he slowed as if a wind had sprung up from nowhere, as if someone had called his name.
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11  The air seemed charged with a special calm as if someone had waited there, quietly, and only a moment before he came, simply turned to a shadow and let him through.
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12  There was only the girl walking with him now, her face bright as snow in the moonlight, and he knew she was working his questions around, seeking the best answers she could possibly give.
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13  The girl stopped and looked as if she might pull back in surprise, but instead stood regarding Montag with eyes so dark and shining and alive, that he felt he had said something quite wonderful.
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14  The autumn leaves blew over the moonlit pavement in such a way as to make the girl who was moving there seem fixed to a sliding walk, letting the motion of the wind and the leaves carry her forward.
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15  He almost thought he heard the motion of her hands as she walked, and the infinitely small sound now, the white stir of her face turning when she discovered she was a moment away from a man who stood in the middle of the pavement waiting.
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16  He saw himself in her eyes, suspended in two shining drops of bright water, himself dark and tiny, in fine detail, the lines about his mouth, everything there, as if her eyes were two miraculous bits of violet amber that might capture and hold him intact.
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17  One time, as a child, in a power failure, his mother had found and lit a last candle and there had been a brief hour of rediscovery, of such illumination that space lost its vast dimensions and drew comfortably around them, and they, mother and son, alone, transformed, hoping that the power might not come on again too soon.
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