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1  On the contrary, I feel extraordinarily lively.
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2  I believe you do feel thoroughly at home with us.
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3  No, indeed; I only feel my life unspeakably empty.
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4  Be at rest, and feel secure; I have broad wings to shelter you under.
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5  However wretched I may feel, I want to prolong the agony as long as possible.
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6  You are not to feel yourself bound in the slightest way, any more than I shall.
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7  It is splendid to feel that one has a perfectly safe appointment, and a big enough income.
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8  But now I am quite alone in the world--my life is so dreadfully empty and I feel so forsaken.
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9  A mere cashier, a quill-driver, a--well, a man like me--even he has a little of what is called feeling, you know.
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10  Very soon you won't need me to assure you that I have forgiven you; you will yourself feel the certainty that I have done so.
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11  I assure you it would be quite impossible for me to work with him; I literally feel physically ill when I am in the company of such people.
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