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1  Except that it was damp and dark, it was not an unpleasant job, in summer.
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2  As it was half dark up above, perhaps one of the others had best go up first with a candle.
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3  It was dark up above; they could not afford any light; also it was nearly as cold as outdoors.
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4  They went out without a sound, and down the great echoing staircase, and through the dark hall.
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5  Jurgis got up, wild with rage, but the door was shut and the great castle was dark and impregnable.
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6  It was about sunset, and he went on and on until it was dark, when he was stopped by a railroad crossing.
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7  Jurgis joined a gang and worked from dawn till dark, eighteen hours a day, for two weeks without a break.
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8  It was late, almost dark, and the government inspectors had all gone, and there were only a dozen or two of men on the floor.
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9  The place had an odor for which there are no polite words; and it was sprinkled over with children, who raked in it from dawn till dark.
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10  It was too dark in these storage places to see well, but a man could run his hand over these piles of meat and sweep off handfuls of the dried dung of rats.
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11  The winter came, and the place where he worked was a dark, unheated cellar, where you could see your breath all day, and where your fingers sometimes tried to freeze.
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12  Half the year it would be dark as night when he went in to work, and dark as night again when he came out, and so he would never know what the sun looked like on weekdays.
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13  When it rained he would find a deserted building, if he could, and if not, he would wait until after dark and then, with his stick ready, begin a stealthy approach upon a barn.
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14  Also one night a strange man caught little Kotrina by the arm and tried to persuade her into a dark cellar-way, an experience which filled her with such terror that she was hardly to be kept at work.
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15  All this while that he was seeking for work, there was a dark shadow hanging over Jurgis; as if a savage beast were lurking somewhere in the pathway of his life, and he knew it, and yet could not help approaching the place.
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16  Tired as he felt at night, and dark and bitter cold as it was in the morning, Jurgis generally chose to walk; at the hours other workmen were traveling, the streetcar monopoly saw fit to put on so few cars that there would be men hanging to every foot of the backs of them and often crouching upon the snow-covered roof.
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17  The streets through which our friends had to go to their work were all unpaved and full of deep holes and gullies; in summer, when it rained hard, a man might have to wade to his waist to get to his house; and now in winter it was no joke getting through these places, before light in the morning and after dark at night.
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