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Chapter XXIX Mrs. Flintwinch Goes on Dreaminglocked

  • Charles Dickens

Abstract

The house in the city preserved its heavy dullness through all these transactions, and the invalid within it turned the same unvarying round of life. Morning, noon, and night, morning, noon, and night, each recurring with its accompanying monotony, always the same reluctant return...

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