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1  I had begun to hate him particularly in the upper forms.
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2  The second point is: I hate ribaldry and ribald talkers.
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3  We had been squabbling continually for years, and I hated him.
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4  I hated them horribly, though perhaps I was worse than any of them.
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5  I had not been treated like that even at school, though they all hated me.
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6  I had hated him, however, even in the lower forms, just because he was a pretty and playful boy.
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7  Mr. Lieutenant Zverkov," I began, "let me tell you that I hate phrases, phrasemongers and men in corsets.
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8  I hated them from the first, and shut myself away from everyone in timid, wounded and disproportionate pride.
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9  I did not hate her so much, however, when I was running about the room and peeping through the crack in the screen.
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10  We shall not know what to join on to, what to cling to, what to love and what to hate, what to respect and what to despise.
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11  Of course, I hated my fellow clerks one and all, and I despised them all, yet at the same time I was, as it were, afraid of them.
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12  I believe I had transferred into the department I was in simply to avoid their company and to cut off all connection with my hateful childhood.
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13  Afterwards, before I got home, I was cursing and swearing at you because of that address, I hated you already because of the lies I had told you.
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14  And try letting yourself be carried away by your feelings, blindly, without reflection, without a primary cause, repelling consciousness at least for a time; hate or love, if only not to sit with your hands folded.
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15  He was a simple and devoted soul; but when he devoted himself to me entirely I began to hate him immediately and repulsed him--as though all I needed him for was to win a victory over him, to subjugate him and nothing else.
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16  I looked mechanically at the girl who had come in: and had a glimpse of a fresh, young, rather pale face, with straight, dark eyebrows, and with grave, as it were wondering, eyes that attracted me at once; I should have hated her if she had been smiling.
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17  I hated my face, for instance: I thought it disgusting, and even suspected that there was something base in my expression, and so every day when I turned up at the office I tried to behave as independently as possible, and to assume a lofty expression, so that I might not be suspected of being abject.
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