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debauchery
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Hedda Gabler
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  • Suppose now, Hedda, that a man—in the small hours of the morning— came home to his child’s mother after a night of riot and debauchery, and said: "Listen—I have been here and there—in this place and in that.

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  • I relaxed and enjoyed the evening without slipping into the surrounding debauchery.
  • Alas. Debauchery led to drunkenness which led to ruin.

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