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Chapter XXIX A Plea in the Marshalsealocked

  • Charles Dickens

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Haggard anxiety and remorse are bad companions to be barred up with. Brooding all day, and resting very little indeed at night, will not arm a man against misery. Next morning, Clennam felt that his health was sinking, as his spirits had already sunk,...

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