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1  I didn't want to hear it and I avoided him when I got off the train.
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2  I missed that train, and then another, before I could get myself away.
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3  Taking out my time-table I drew a small circle around the three-fifty train.
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4  Palmetto who killed himself by jumping in front of a subway train in Times Square.
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5  Tom deferred that much to the sensibilities of those East Eggers who might be on the train.
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6  It was on the two little seats facing each other that are always the last ones left on the train.
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7  When I passed the ashheaps on the train that morning I had crossed deliberately to the other side of the car.
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8  I was so excited that when I got into a taxi with him I didn't hardly know I wasn't getting into a subway train.
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9  All the lights were going on in West Egg now; the electric trains, men-carrying, were plunging home through the rain from New York.
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10  As my train emerged from the tunnel into sunlight, only the hot whistles of the National Biscuit Company broke the simmering hush at noon.
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11  Next morning I sent the butler to New York with a letter to Wolfshiem which asked for information and urged him to come out on the next train.
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12  Then I was lying half asleep in the cold lower level of the Pennsylvania Station, staring at the morning "Tribune" and waiting for the four o'clock train.
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13  I went up to New York with Tom on the train one afternoon and when we stopped by the ashheaps he jumped to his feet and taking hold of my elbow literally forced me from the car.
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14  The valley of ashes is bounded on one side by a small foul river, and when the drawbridge is up to let barges through, the passengers on waiting trains can stare at the dismal scene for as long as half an hour.
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15  On week-ends his Rolls-Royce became an omnibus, bearing parties to and from the city, between nine in the morning and long past midnight, while his station wagon scampered like a brisk yellow bug to meet all trains.
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16  Dressed up in white flannels I went over to his lawn a little after seven and wandered around rather ill-at-ease among swirls and eddies of people I didn't know--though here and there was a face I had noticed on the commuting train.
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17  That's my middle west--not the wheat or the prairies or the lost Swede towns but the thrilling, returning trains of my youth and the street lamps and sleigh bells in the frosty dark and the shadows of holly wreaths thrown by lighted windows on the snow.
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