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- "But what is it all about?" she said, with such genuine and droll wonder.Part Two (24% in)
- And that's rather droll, as they didn't get on together."Part Two (94% in)
- And he began telling with droll good-humor how, after not sleeping all night, he had, wearing an old fur-lined, full-skirted coat, got into Alexey Alexandrovitch's compartment.Part Four (39% in)
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