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Chapter X The Dreams of Mrs. Flintwinch Thickenlocked

  • Charles Dickens

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The shady waiting-rooms of the Circumlocution Office, where he passed a good deal of time in company with various troublesome Convicts who were under sentence to be broken alive on that wheel, had afforded Arthur Clennam ample leisure, in three or four successive days,...

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