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1  It is nineteenth century up-to-date with a vengeance.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER III
2  A house cannot be made habitable in a day; and, after all, how few days go to make up a century.
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3  However, he means to succeed, and a man who has centuries before him can afford to wait and to go slow.
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4  This may be so, for when the Magyars conquered the country in the eleventh century they found the Huns settled in it.
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5  The very place, where he have been alive, Un-Dead for all these centuries, is full of strangeness of the geologic and chemical world.
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6  Were another of the Un-Dead, like him, to try to do what he has done, perhaps not all the centuries of the world that have been, or that will be, could aid him.
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7  The curtains and upholstery of the chairs and sofas and the hangings of my bed are of the costliest and most beautiful fabrics, and must have been of fabulous value when they were made, for they are centuries old, though in excellent order.
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8  This was the being I was helping to transfer to London, where, perhaps, for centuries to come he might, amongst its teeming millions, satiate his lust for blood, and create a new and ever-widening circle of semi-demons to batten on the helpless.
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9  There is some fascination, surely, when I am moved by the mere presence of such an one, even lying as she lay in a tomb fretted with age and heavy with the dust of centuries, though there be that horrid odour such as the lairs of the Count have had.
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