1 He leaned back in his chair, inclining his ear like that of a confessor to the face of the medical student who was reading to him a problem from the chess page of a journal.
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2 He and I sometimes write letters in shorthand, and he is keeping a stenographic journal of his travels abroad.
3 My household work is done, so I shall take his foreign journal, and lock myself up in my room and read it.
4 That awful journal gets hold of my imagination and tinges everything with something of its own colour.
5 I am so glad I have type-written out my own journal, so that, in case he asks about Lucy, I can hand it to him; it will save much questioning.
6 It is the copy of his journal when abroad, and all that happened.
7 Well, some day Jonathan will tell me all; and lest it should ever be that he should think for a moment that I kept anything from him, I still keep my journal as usual.
8 Such is my journal of what relates to this strange occurrence up to the present day.
9 I shall continue my journal concerning the stranger at intervals, should I have any fresh incidents to record.
10 It was your journal of the four months that preceded my creation.
11 And you, my friend, would be far more amused with the journal of Clerval, who observed the scenery with an eye of feeling and delight, than in listening to my reflections.
12 Miss Mills and her journal were my sole consolation at this period.
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13 I found, on glancing at the remaining contents of the newspaper, that Mr. Micawber was a diligent and esteemed correspondent of that journal.
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14 Lily could remember when young Silverton had stumbled into their circle, with the air of a strayed Arcadian who has published charming sonnets in his college journal.
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15 He discovered Trenor, in his day clothes, sitting, with a tall glass at his elbow, behind the folds of a sporting journal.
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