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1  She could not go to sleep again.
The Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett
Get Context   In CHAPTER XIII
2  "You must go back and get your sleep out," she said.
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3  He wondered if he were going to sleep, but he was not.
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4  Because I couldn't go to sleep either and my head ached.
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5  "I will put him to sleep," Mary said to the yawning nurse.
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6  If she had felt happy it would probably have lulled her to sleep.
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7  "I wish I could go to sleep before you leave me," he said rather shyly.
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8  She sang a Hindustani song to me and it made me go to sleep, said Colin.
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9  I won't talk and I'll go to sleep, but you said you had a whole lot of nice things to tell me.
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10  Sometimes people went to sleep in them for a hundred years, which she had thought must be rather stupid.
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11  But by this time he had begun to sleep better, he knew, and his dreams had ceased to be a terror to him.
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12  The wind wuthered so I couldn't go to sleep and I heard some one crying and wanted to find out who it was.
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13  She had no intention of going to sleep, and, in fact, she was becoming wider awake every day which passed at Misselthwaite.
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14  The singular calmness remained with him the rest of the evening and he slept a new reposeful sleep; but it was not with him very long.
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15  No one ever knew when he would go out or come in or where he would choose to sleep or if he would roam about the garden or lie in the boat on the lake all night.
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16  Mrs. Medlock had allowed Martha to sleep all night at the cottage, but she was back at her work in the morning with cheeks redder than ever and in the best of spirits.
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17  He spent his days upon the crystal blueness of the lake or he walked back into the soft thick verdure of the hills and tramped until he was tired so that he might sleep.
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18  When he shut the door, mounted the box with the coachman, and they drove off, the little girl found herself seated in a comfortably cushioned corner, but she was not inclined to go to sleep again.
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19  She was a healthy young woman who resented being robbed of her sleep and she yawned quite openly as she looked at Mary, who had pushed her big footstool close to the four-posted bed and was holding Colin's hand.
The Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett
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