1 Cannot eat, cannot rest, so diary instead.
2 Therefore for his sake you must eat and smile.
3 You must eat now; afterwards you shall tell me all.
4 But I myself eat, for I must needs now be strong for all.
5 Breakfast is ready, and we must all eat that we may be strong.
6 But he cannot flourish without this diet; he eat not as others.
7 It is strange that as yet I have not seen the Count eat or drink.
8 Come in; the night air is chill, and you must need to eat and rest.
9 Come, let us seek somewhere that we may eat, and then we shall go on our way.
10 I got ready food: but she would not eat, simply saying that she had not hunger.
11 He gave many flies to one spider and many spiders to one bird, and then wanted a cat to eat the many birds.
12 She help me and I eat alone; and then we wrap in fur and lie beside the fire, and I tell her to sleep while I watch.
13 He must then go home and rest, sleep much and eat much, that he may be recruited of what he has so given to his love.
14 During the time I was eating it the Count asked me many questions as to my journey, and I told him by degrees all I had experienced.
15 Let us take bath, and dress, and have breakfast which we all need, and which we can eat comfortably since he be not in the same land with us.
16 But I could not eat; to even try to do so was repulsive to me, and, much as I would have liked to please him, I could not bring myself to the attempt.
17 You might as well ask a man to eat molecules with a pair of chop-sticks, as to try to interest me about the lesser carnivora, when I know of what is before me.
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