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1  And as I walked on I was lonely no longer.
The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald
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2  He walked around the room quickly, ringing bells.
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3  As my taxi groaned away I saw Gatsby walking toward me across his lawn.
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4  But as I walked down the steps I saw that the evening was not quite over.
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5  He must have been tired and walking slowly for he didn't reach Gad's Hill until noon.
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6  After changing my clothes I went next door and found Mr. Gatz walking up and down excitedly in the hall.
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7  The evening had made me light-headed and happy; I think I walked into a deep sleep as I entered my front door.
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8  She smiled slowly and walking through her husband as if he were a ghost shook hands with Tom, looking him flush in the eye.
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9  We walked through a high hallway into a bright rosy-colored space, fragilely bound into the house by French windows at either end.
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10  I followed him over a low white-washed railroad fence and we walked back a hundred yards along the road under Doctor Eckleburg's persistent stare.
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11  In the foreground four solemn men in dress suits are walking along the sidewalk with a stretcher on which lies a drunken woman in a white evening dress.
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12  On a chance we tried an important-looking door, and walked into a high Gothic library, panelled with carved English oak, and probably transported complete from some ruin overseas.
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13  He stayed there a week, walking the streets where their footsteps had clicked together through the November night and revisiting the out-of-the-way places to which they had driven in her white car.
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14  One autumn night, five years before, they had been walking down the street when the leaves were falling, and they came to a place where there were no trees and the sidewalk was white with moonlight.
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15  We gave her spirits of ammonia and put ice on her forehead and hooked her back into her dress and half an hour later when we walked out of the room the pearls were around her neck and the incident was over.
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16  I walked out the back way--just as Gatsby had when he had made his nervous circuit of the house half an hour before--and ran for a huge black knotted tree whose massed leaves made a fabric against the rain.
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17  He was walking ahead of me along Fifth Avenue in his alert, aggressive way, his hands out a little from his body as if to fight off interference, his head moving sharply here and there, adapting itself to his restless eyes.
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