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1  Then I was glad I hadn't found the bed when I wanted it.
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn By Mark Twain
Get Context   In CHAPTER XXVI.
2  The rain poured down, and never a light showed; everybody in bed, I reckon.
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3  Well, the duke allowed he would take my bed; but the king allowed he wouldn't.
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4  By and by they fetched the niggers in and had prayers, and then everybody was off to bed.
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5  And yet, you know, it's kind of natural to hide under the bed when you are up to anything private.
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6  There warn't no bed in the parlor, nor a sign of a bed; but heaps of parlors in towns has beds in them.
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7  They come in and shut the door; and the first thing the duke done was to get down and look under the bed.
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8  We shot a water-fowl now and then that got up too early in the morning or didn't go to bed early enough in the evening.
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9  I should a reckoned the difference in rank would a sejested to you that a corn-shuck bed warn't just fitten for me to sleep on.
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10  Every night we passed towns, some of them away up on black hillsides, nothing but just a shiny bed of lights; not a house could you see.
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11  We could make out a bed, and a table, and two old chairs, and lots of things around about on the floor, and there was clothes hanging against the wall.
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12  Then it was most daylight and everybody went to bed, and I went to bed with Buck, and when I waked up in the morning, drat it all, I had forgot what my name was.
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13  It was my watch below till twelve, but I wouldn't a turned in anyway if I'd had a bed, because a body don't see such a storm as that every day in the week, not by a long sight.
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14  Living in a house and sleeping in a bed pulled on me pretty tight mostly, but before the cold weather I used to slide out and sleep in the woods sometimes, and so that was a rest to me.
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15  Besides, you know, you'll be in costume, and that makes all the difference in the world; Juliet's in a balcony, enjoying the moonlight before she goes to bed, and she's got on her night-gown and her ruffled nightcap.
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16  My bed was a straw tick better than Jim's, which was a corn-shuck tick; there's always cobs around about in a shuck tick, and they poke into you and hurt; and when you roll over the dry shucks sound like you was rolling over in a pile of dead leaves; it makes such a rustling that you wake up.
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17  About that time I hears their footsteps coming, and was going to skip under the bed; I reached for it, but it wasn't where I thought it would be; but I touched the curtain that hid Mary Jane's frocks, so I jumped in behind that and snuggled in amongst the gowns, and stood there perfectly still.
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