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1  Zverkov was talking all the time.
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2  Well, so I will talk about myself.
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3  You've come because I talked sentimental stuff to you then.
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4  You must have seen wickedness in your own family, if you talk like that.
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5  But I will talk about that fellow, about that plague of mine, another time.
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6  Taking no notice of anything I strode about the room, and, I believe, I talked to myself.
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7  Some sledge-drivers standing by were talking about her to some soldiers and telling them so.
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8  They took rank for intelligence; even at sixteen they were already talking about a snug berth.
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9  I made friends with no one and positively avoided talking, and buried myself more and more in my hole.
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10  Once I quite made friends with them, visited their homes, played preference, drank vodka, talked of promotions.
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11  I went on almost mechanically, for I was beginning to shiver with horror myself and had no idea how I came to be talking like this.
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12  Once--only once--they turned towards me, just when Zverkov was talking about Shakespeare, and I suddenly gave a contemptuous laugh.
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13  Though we may sit forty years underground without speaking, when we do come out into the light of day and break out we talk and talk and talk.
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14  At one time I was unwilling to speak to anyone, while at other times I would not only talk, but go to the length of contemplating making friends with them.
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15  They talked about the excise duty; about business in the senate, about salaries, about promotions, about His Excellency, and the best means of pleasing him, and so on.
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16  "If I were a father and had a daughter, I believe I should love my daughter more than my sons, really," I began indirectly, as though talking of something else, to distract her attention.
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17  I felt particularly bold and cheerful after nine o'clock, I even sometimes began dreaming, and rather sweetly: I, for instance, became the salvation of Liza, simply through her coming to me and my talking to her.
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