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1  Listen, I don't mind dying now.
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Context   In Chapter 12
2  It's true, I thought numbly, he is dying.
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Context   In Chapter 8
3  Don't try to decide which one died gallant.
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Context   In Chapter 10
4  Oh, damnit, Johnny, don't die, please don't die.
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Context   In Chapter 9
5  You're not going to die if you don't get a smoke.
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Context   In Chapter 11
6  The pillow seemed to sink a little, and Johnny died.
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Context   In Chapter 9
7  "You ain't gonna die," I said, trying to hold my voice down.
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Context   In Chapter 8
8  I'm dying, I thought, and wondered what was happening to Johnny.
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Context   In Chapter 4
9  I'd die if I got my picture in the paper with my hair looking so lousy.
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Context   In Chapter 7
10  Two friends of mine had died that night: one a hero, the other a hoodlum.
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Context   In Chapter 10
11  He died violent and young and desperate, just like we all knew he'd die someday.
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Context   In Chapter 10
12  He died violent and young and desperate, just like we all knew he'd die someday.
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Context   In Chapter 10
13  Just like Tim Shepard and Curly Shepard and the Brumly boys and the other guys we knew would die someday.
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Context   In Chapter 10
14  It was their fault Bob was dead; their fault Johnny was dying; their fault Soda and I might get put in a boys' home.
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Context   In Chapter 7
15  My father was only forty when he died and he looked twenty-five and a lot of people thought Darry and Dad were brothers instead of father and son.
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Context   In Chapter 1
16  Maybe Dally had been killed in a car wreck or something and no one would ever know where I was, and I'd just die up here, alone, and turn into a skeleton.
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Context   In Chapter 5
17  Darry's cooking breakfast, and in a minute he and Soda will come in and drag me out of bed and wrestle me down and tickle me until I think I'll die if they don't stop.
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Context   In Chapter 5
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