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Chapter II Fellow Travellerslocked

  • Charles Dickens


No more of yesterday’s howling, over yonder, to-day, sir; is there?”

“I have heard none.”

“Then you may be sure there is none. When these people howl, they howl to be heard.”

“Most people do, I suppose.”

“Ah! But these people are always howling....

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