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Or something. Anyway, I got hideously lightheaded, probably from having spent
so much time sitting down. I will probably get scurvy or an ulcer. Cas- sie and I
had a long talk (which I know is imaginary). I don't remember a thing about it.
edge of his now (rather ragged) jacket; Cassandra (who looks away from me,
head averted as if she didn't want to talk to me in her white sheet or was
ashamed or disliked me); and then Valeria, who stands with her arms clasped in
front of her ...
Don't you think? And for no reason. Just because those people annoyed you.
You assumed, of course, that they ought to adapt to you; it never occurred to you
that you ought to adapt to them. You simply didn't like them." I couldn't talk. He
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