1 I'm going to get my dinner at the club.
2 Good-by, my dear Mrs. Pontellier; good-by.
3 "No, I thank you, my dear sir," returned the Doctor.
4 Well, well; women are not all alike, my dear Pontellier.
5 I'll have Tonie come over and help me patch and trim my boat.
6 "You were not so very far, my dear; I was watching you," he told her.
7 "The way to become rich is to make money, my dear Edna, not to save it," he said.
8 I won a large sum this winter on the races, and I am beginning to sell my sketches.
9 Laidpore is more and more pleased with my work; he says it grows in force and individuality.
10 Old Celestine, who works occasionally for me, says she will come stay with me and do my work.
11 If Mrs. Pontellier should call upon you, play for her that Impromptu of Chopin's, my favorite.
12 I have a little money of my own from my mother's estate, which my father sends me by driblets.
13 I would give up the unessential; I would give my money, I would give my life for my children; but I wouldn't give myself.
14 It was 'Robert, come; go; stand up; sit down; do this; do that; see if the baby sleeps; my thimble, please, that I left God knows where.'
15 Well, for instance, when I left her to-day, she put her arms around me and felt my shoulder blades, to see if my wings were strong, she said.
16 Why, my dear, I should think you'd understand by this time that people don't do such things; we've got to observe les convenances if we ever expect to get on and keep up with the procession.
17 You know I have a quick temper, but I don't want to quarrel or be rude to a woman, especially my wife; yet I'm driven to it, and feel like ten thousand devils after I've made a fool of myself.
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