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1  "Lizaveta's work," thought the young man.
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2  We thought and talked it over the whole day.
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3  She seemed to be lost in thought, hearing and seeing nothing.
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4  "And what if I am wrong," he cried suddenly after a moment's thought.
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5  The difference was that a month ago, yesterday even, the thought was a mere dream: but now.
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6  He gave a sudden start; another thought, that he had had yesterday, slipped back into his mind.
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7  "That's a good thing anyway," he thought to himself, as he rang the bell of the old woman's flat.
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8  As he went down the stairs, he even stopped short, two or three times, as though suddenly struck by some thought.
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9  "Perhaps she is always like that though, only I did not notice it the other time," he thought with an uneasy feeling.
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10  The gentleman heard him, and seemed about to fly into a rage again, but thought better of it, and confined himself to a contemptuous look.
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11  His landlady had for the last fortnight given up sending him in meals, and he had not yet thought of expostulating with her, though he went without his dinner.
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12  He pondered and rubbed his forehead, and, strange to say, after long musing, suddenly, as if it were spontaneously and by chance, a fantastic thought came into his head.
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13  I kissed the dust at his feet--in thought only, for in reality he would not have allowed me to do it, being a statesman and a man of modern political and enlightened ideas.
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14  Soon he sank into deep thought, or more accurately speaking into a complete blankness of mind; he walked along not observing what was about him and not caring to observe it.
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15  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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16  It is true that he is forty-five years old, but he is of a fairly prepossessing appearance and might still be thought attractive by women, and he is altogether a very respectable and presentable man, only he seems a little morose and somewhat conceited.
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17  "It's in the houses of spiteful old widows that one finds such cleanliness," Raskolnikov thought again, and he stole a curious glance at the cotton curtain over the door leading into another tiny room, in which stood the old woman's bed and chest of drawers and into which he had never looked before.
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