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- "What do you want to intrude for?" it seemed to say; "we settled everything then; why have you come again?"Book 11 — Ivan (54% in)
- Not because I couldn't, or because I shouldn't dare, or because it would be damaging, for it's all a paltry matter and absolutely trifling, but—I won't, because it's a matter of principle: that's my private life, and I won't allow any intrusion into my private life.Book 9 — The Preliminary Investigation (35% in)
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