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1  One might almost think he was mad.
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2  You are like a mad creature already.
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3  I tell you, he's mad on mental diseases.
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4  For the first moment he thought he was going mad.
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5  Men attacked by them became at once mad and furious.
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6  mad besides; yes, mad, crazy, I lost my head completely.
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7  Zossimov was afraid a little time ago that he would go mad.
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8  Whole villages, whole towns and peoples went mad from the infection.
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9  His eyes glittered "as though he were mad," Sonia thought, in her turn.
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10  "You are certainly mad," cried Raskolnikov not so much angered as astonished.
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11  Well, you all say," Raskolnikov went on, twisting his mouth into a smile, "that I am mad.
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12  So that's all nonsense and you haven't got a girl; the most likely thing is that you are mad.
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13  "You always have been a very rational person and you've never been mad, never," he observed suddenly with warmth.
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14  He rejected that idea, feeling to what a degree of fury it might drive him, feeling that that fury might drive him mad.
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15  Kolya and Lida, scared out of their wits by the crowd, and their mother's mad pranks, suddenly seized each other by the hand, and ran off at the sight of the policeman who wanted to take them away somewhere.
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16  But there was something very strange in him; there was a light in his eyes as though of intense feeling--perhaps there were even thought and intelligence, but at the same time there was a gleam of something like madness.
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17  Dark agonising ideas rose in his mind--the idea that he was mad and that at that moment he was incapable of reasoning, of protecting himself, that he ought perhaps to be doing something utterly different from what he was now doing.
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