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1  Well, I've just come from one and it's the fifth night I've slept so.
Crime and Punishment By Fyodor Dostoevsky
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2  The boy was waiting for her to take off his shirt, which had to be washed at night.
Crime and Punishment By Fyodor Dostoevsky
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3  One night, when out in a festive company, he had with one blow laid a gigantic policeman on his back.
Crime and Punishment By Fyodor Dostoevsky
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4  She was a complete slave and went in fear and trembling of her sister, who made her work day and night, and even beat her.
Crime and Punishment By Fyodor Dostoevsky
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5  Fearful, despairing cries rose shrilly from the street, sounds which he heard every night, indeed, under his window after two o'clock.
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6  Now and then he seemed to wake up, and at such moments he noticed that it was far into the night, but it did not occur to him to get up.
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7  It was nearly eleven o'clock and although in summer in Petersburg there is no real night, yet it was quite dark at the top of the stairs.
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8  Come, Rodya, my boy, don't oppose it, afterwards will be too late; and I shan't sleep all night, for I bought it by guess, without measure.
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9  So he had decided in the night of his delirium when several times he had had the impulse to get up and go away, to make haste, and get rid of it all.
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10  "My dear Rodya," wrote his mother--"it's two months since I last had a talk with you by letter which has distressed me and even kept me awake at night, thinking.
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11  She worked day and night for her sister, and besides doing the cooking and the washing, she did sewing and worked as a charwoman and gave her sister all she earned.
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12  We have three little children and Katerina Ivanovna is at work from morning till night; she is scrubbing and cleaning and washing the children, for she's been used to cleanliness from a child.
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13  Katerina Ivanovna ran to the window; there, on a broken chair in the corner, a large earthenware basin full of water had been stood, in readiness for washing her children's and husband's linen that night.
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14  Yet he had known it all before, and it was not a new question for him, even when it was decided in the night without hesitation and consideration, as though so it must be, as though it could not possibly be otherwise.
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15  With amazement he gazed at himself and everything in the room around him, wondering how he could have come in the night before without fastening the door, and have flung himself on the sofa without undressing, without even taking his hat off.
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16  No, Dounia, I see it all and I know what you want to say to me; and I know too what you were thinking about, when you walked up and down all night, and what your prayers were like before the Holy Mother of Kazan who stands in mother's bedroom.
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17  Dounia did not sleep all night before she made up her mind, and, thinking that I was asleep, she got out of bed and was walking up and down the room all night; at last she knelt down before the ikon and prayed long and fervently and in the morning she told me that she had decided.
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