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1  'It's beautifully made,' he said.
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2  And, after all, it was a beautiful and curious world.
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3  I understood now what all the beauty of the Over-world people covered.
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4  The Eloi, like the Carolingian kings, had decayed to a mere beautiful futility.
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5  The gay robes of the beautiful people moved hither and thither among the trees.
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6  He struck me as being a very beautiful and graceful creature, but indescribably frail.
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7  As it seemed to me, the refined beauty and the etiolated pallor followed naturally enough.
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8  Then came one laughing towards me, carrying a chain of beautiful flowers altogether new to me, and put it about my neck.
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9  My general impression of the world I saw over their heads was a tangled waste of beautiful bushes and flowers, a long neglected and yet weedless garden.
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10  Here was the same beautiful scene, the same abundant foliage, the same splendid palaces and magnificent ruins, the same silver river running between its fertile banks.
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11  So, in the end, above ground you must have the Haves, pursuing pleasure and comfort and beauty, and below ground the Have-nots, the Workers getting continually adapted to the conditions of their labour.
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