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- Byron believed that there was not even enough left of him to do a good, shrewd job of shirking.Chapter 2 (29% in)
- To desire to shirk, even, since a man must be better than common to do a good job of malingering, the same as a good job at anything else: of stealing and murdering even.Chapter 2 (29% in)
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