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> , : >I'll-take-your-word-for-it. , , , , ; , , , : Hewassittingstilllookihgat thebookwithanArt-Is-Wonderfulairabouthim. , : >I'm-sorry-expression on hisface, >anair ofpliese-don't-thank-me , >I-deserve-it-all - .

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. , , , ' . , : andso on, and all, >etcetra, all that , ' . , - , . : and all theetceteras. >la-di-da , , : >IfyouaskmeLondon's allarrangedfor thepeople whocanactlike publicschoolboys, anddon'tgetanywhereifyoudon'thave themannerborn and therightla-di-davoice- Imeanrichpeople's London, thewest End, ofcourse. , , : >Sheisnotla-di-da,likemany..., >Hervoicewasveryeducated,but itwasn'tla-di-da...andyoudidn'thaveanyclassfeeling, , .

, , , , : Absolutelysexless (>helookes)...Fish-eyestheywatch.That's all . Noexpression. , . >Good, >bad, >nasty, >funny, >wrong, >rihgt - . , , ...

: >All thatrightaftershesaid Icouldcollectpictures Ithoughtabout it:; Idreamedmyselfcollectingpictures,having abig housewithfamouspictureshanging on thewalls...But Iknew all thetime itwassilly;I'dnevercollectanithingbutbutterflies. Picturesdon'tmeananything tome ... : >collect, >pictures, >anithing - , , , 䳺 , .

: >thing, >staff, all that ., , .

ofcourse : ...ofcourse, Ithought itwasonlypretending; Ihavegonered, ofcourse; ...>with all theprecaution, ofcourse , Mirandathere,too , ofcourse...

, :Igetmore andmorefrightened ...andbreathing inwonderful,eventhough itwasdamp andmisty,wonderfulair, >wickedlywickedlycunning, >Endlessendlesstime, >Andthere'sescape,escape,escape, Imust,must,mustescape, Iknitted,knitted,knitted..., ...>hestaredbitterlybitterly, Affluence,affluence andnot asoul tosee, >Uselessuseless... , . .

- ' : light, >day light, >nightlights, >sun, >shine, >God, >sunlight, white,starlight, >keyholeful of light, >artifical light, >flaslight.

: >madness, >aufulness, >derkness, >devil, >hell, >ugliness...

- . , thething Imissmost of allisfresh light: Ican'tlivewithout light.Artificial light, all thelineslie, italmostmakesyoulongfordarkness. , . , >fresh (, , ) : Ihavebeenhereover aweeknow, and Imissyouverymuch, and Imiss thefreshair and thefreshfaces of allthosepeople Isohated on theTube and thefreshthings thathappenedeveryhour ofeverydayifonly Icouldhaveseenthem -theirfreshness, Imean. Thething Imissmost of allisfresh light...  ,.. >fresh .

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(. ) I love lifeso Inurr know howmuch Iwanted tolivewanted tolive ,>befor... >ugly-nasty, >beautiful-nice : Ijustthink ofthingsasbeautiful ornot.Can'tyouunderstand? Idon'tthink ofgood orbad.Just ofbeautiful orugly. Ithink alotnicethingsareugly and alot ofnastythingsarebeautiful , . , , , : >Now Ihateignorance!Caliban'signorance,myignorence, theworld'signorance!Oh, Icouldcry, andlearn andlearn andlearn. Icouldcry, Iwant tolearnsomuch.

: >Ifonly Ihad thestrength tokillyou.I'dkillyou.Like ascorpion. IwillwhenI'mbetter.Prison'stoogoodforyou.I'dcome andkillyou. , ' (. ) , , .

, 䳺 . , : tobe up, toget out, togive in, tofind out, tofix up, toclear up, tonail in, toget on, . .

' , . , , . - , : ...Iwouldnarrnotget adoctorifshe thewasreallyill . ; : Isenthimaway.then thevicarfrom thevillagecame tome and Ihad toberudewithhim. Isaid Iwanted tobeleftalone, IwasNomonformist, Iwantednothing todowith thevillage, andhewent offla-di-da ahuff.Thentherewereseveralpeoplewithvan-shops and Ihad toputthem off. Isaid Ibought allmygoods inLewes.

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Aliteraryquotation, Ithink itwas - , . , : >Itwas ateacher Ihad; Iwasfeelinglight-hearted;need Iadd; Ipouredusone outeach; >I'mjust anobodystill,aren't I?; Youhad tothinkverycarefulaboutwhatyousaid; >I'mnobeauty; >That nextlunchshesaidnot awordwhen Ispoke toher; >But Iwasn't to knowshewasreallyill; ...Hereyeswerestareingwhitelikeshe'dtried tosee out off of thewindowone lasttime; >Howwas I to knowshewasillthanshelooked? .

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, - : Icalled in theregard tothose recordsthey'veplaced onorder - , : Iaskedaboutthose recordsyouordered. : Ishowedeveryrespect Icouldunder thecircumstances; Iacceptyourappologies; >Please,don'tobligeme touseforceagain; Ishallrespectyourevery privacyprovidingyoukeepyourword; >Wouldyouconsidersellingthis?; >I'msafe andnot indanger . .

, , , ⳻. , , , - . , : >I'mdifferent,old-fashioned...; >Clicheafterclicheaftercliche, and allsoold-fashioned,asifhe'sspent all his lifewithpeopleoverfifty..."; >He'shopelissly out ofdate,- . the lounge, - >gramophone...

, . , >laugh inone'ssleeve ( , , ) : >Shewaslaughing uphersleeveatme.

>spoil theshipfor aha'potrth (halfpennyworth)o'tar ( ' 쳿) - : Ididn'twant tospoil theshipfor thelittlebit oftar. ' >ha'porth , , thelittlebit.

thepoftcalling thekettle black, , , , , .

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(. . ) , , . , . , ,, , - . , , : thatchangeseverythingthen,doesn't it. , , . , .

, , , : >Whatthought Iwoulddowasdrivehome andseeifshewasworse andifshewasI'ddriveherinto thehospital andthenI'dhave torunaway andleave thecountry orsomething...

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Imusthavesomefreshair and light. Imusthave abathsometimes Imusthavesomedrawingmaterials. Imusthave a radio or arecord-player... Imusthavefreshfruit andsalads. Imusthavesomesort ofexercise - ( Imusthave ) 䳺 >must - , ...

, , , . : >Doyou know thateverygreatthink in thehistory of art andeverybeautifulthing in lifeisactuallywhatyoucallnasty orhasbeencausedbyfeelings thatyouwouldcallnasty?By passion,by love,byhatred,bytruth.Doyou know that? .

, : Ididn't know howlongpeoplecouldgowithout food,sheseemedpale andweak tome.Shespent all thetimesittingagainst thewall onherbad,herbackturnedlookingsomiserable Ididn't knowwhat todo.

- : >Ifonly Ihad thestrength tokillyou.I'dkillyou.Like ascorpion. IwillwhenI'mbetter...I'dcome andkillyou.

, . , , 쳺, , ': >I'vespent thewholedaywithPiero,I'veread allabouthim,I'vestaredat all thepictures in thebook,I'velivedthem.

³, >it'sdespair: >It'sdispairat thelack offeeling, of love, ofreason, in the world.It'sdespair thatanyonecanevercontemplate theidea ofdropping abomb orordering that itshouldbedropped.It'sdispair thatsofew ofuscare.It'sdespair thatthere'ssomuchbrutality andcallousness in the world.It'sdespair thatperfectynormalyoung mancanbemadevicious andevilbecausethey'vewon alot of money...

, (>brutality -callousness,vicious-evil), (>feeling, love,reason). . , , : >Whatwillhappen tomeI'veneverfelt themystery of thefuturesomuchashere.Whatwillhappen?Whatwillhappen?

: ...But Iwastooweak. The nextthingwas Iwasnaked andshewasagainstme andholdingmebut Iwas alltense, itwaslike adifferentme and adifferentshe.

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: Ihateyou, Ihateyou; Ipityyou. Ipityyouforwhatyouare and Ipityyoufornotseeingwhat Iam; >don'tresist,don'tresist; >don'tkillme,don'tkillme; Ican't, Ican't; Iwillnotgive in. Iwillnotgive in; Iwon'tdie. Iwon'tdie .

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, , : >Itwas ateacher Ihad.Whan Iwas akid. Heshowedme how. Hecollected.Didn't knowmuch.Stillset theoldway.Andmyuncle. Hewasinterested innature.Alwayshelped.

, , : Thetime inprison, Endlesstime; Themock-humble; Nonewspapers. No radio. No TV; >Sodaylightly,sparrows; Afor and twoteaspoons; Nothinglikehim; >This terriblesilence .

> , , , : Abitch; >Exciting; >Nothong; >Mad; Light; Affluence; Incident; Fever .

- : >IfI'dspoked in ala-di-davoice andsaid Iwas LordMuck orsomething, Ibet...stillI'vegotnotimefor that. , , 쳺, .

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