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1  An old woman is the only person I can speak about it with.
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2  But the woman persuaded him by opening the door to the next room.
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3  "There's no-one I know who'd hold it against me," said the woman.
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4  No," said the woman as she re-closed the door, "that's not allowed.
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5  "I expect you're right," said the woman, who had not understood exactly what he meant.
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6  I still want to help you," said the woman, "come over here, we've got to talk about it.
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7  , feeling suddenly tired and seeing that if this woman did agree with him it was of very little value.
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8  stood up in silence as if he had spoken his thoughts out loud and thus explained his action to the woman.
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9  Other windows were piled up with bedding, above which the dishevelled head of a woman would briefly appear.
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10  , shaking his head, and before he could pick the books up the woman wiped some of the dust off with her apron.
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11  It was usually a woman who opened the door, heard the enquiry and turned to somebody in the room who would raise himself from the bed.
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12  And maybe there was no better revenge against the examining judge and his cronies than to take this woman from him and have her for himself.
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13  He really was attracted to the woman, and even after thinking hard about it could find no good reason why he should not give in to her allure.
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14  Through the open window he noticed the old woman again, who had come close to the window opposite so that she could continue to see everything.
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15  It briefly crossed his mind that the woman meant to entrap him on behalf of the court, but that was an objection he had no difficulty in fending off.
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16  The woman saw how surprised he was and said, "Yes, we're allowed to live here as we like, only we have to clear the room out when the court's in session."
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17  "A woman's hands will do many things when no-one's looking," he thought, he might himself have smashed all the dishes on the spot but certainly would not have been able to carry it all out.
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18  But now it's over with, and I didn't really even want to talk about it any more, only I wanted to hear what you, as a sensible woman, thought about it all, and I'm very glad to hear that we're in agreement.
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19  waited a little while, looked from his pillow at the old woman who lived opposite and who was watching him with an inquisitiveness quite unusual for her, and finally, both hungry and disconcerted, rang the bell.
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20  He walked up and down the free space in the room a couple of times, across the street he could see the old woman who, now, had pulled an old man, much older than herself, up to the window and had her arms around him.
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