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The Brothers Karamazov
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  • It might have been supposed from his Herculean strength that one night of carousing, even accompanied by the most violent emotions, could have had little effect on him.
  • Yes, I shall be told, but he was carousing that night, squandering money; he was shown to have had fifteen hundred roubles—where did he get the money?
  • He had been in Mokroe more than once before, he had caroused there for two days together already, he knew the old big house with all its passages and outbuildings.
  • That was more important than carousing.
  • And on the other side is love—that new love which had flamed up in his heart, and for that love he needed money; oh, far more than for carousing with his mistress.

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  • They were out carousing last night.
  • night, as he was carousing among drunken companions, a letter was put into his hand.
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