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1  "I don't like it," she said to herself.
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2  Mary knew the fair young man who looked like a boy.
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3  "I don't like it," and she pinched her thin lips more tightly together.
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4  It sounded like something in a book and it did not make Mary feel cheerful.
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5  She had never seen a room at all like it and thought it curious and gloomy.
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6  And it got to like him so it follows him about an it lets him get on its back.
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7  The native servants she had been used to in India were not in the least like this.
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8  Seems like there's neither Master nor Mistress except Mr. Pitcher an Mrs. Medlock.
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9  The cholera had broken out in its most fatal form and people were dying like flies.
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10  He said I won't have a child dressed in black wanderin about like a lost soul, he said.
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11  Mary had never possessed an animal pet of her own and had always thought she should like one.
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12  When she went into the room which had been made into a nursery for her, she found that it was rather like the one she had slept in.
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13  Her hair was like curly silk and she had a delicate little nose which seemed to be disdaining things, and she had large laughing eyes.
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14  She heard something rustling on the matting and when she looked down she saw a little snake gliding along and watching her with eyes like jewels.
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15  Out of a deep window she could see a great climbing stretch of land which seemed to have no trees on it, and to look rather like an endless, dull, purplish sea.
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16  Mary did not like her at all, but as she very seldom liked people there was nothing remarkable in that; besides which it was very evident Mrs. Medlock did not think much of her.
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17  What she thought was that she would like to know if she was going to nice people, who would be polite to her and give her her own way as her Ayah and the other native servants had done.
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