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Twice a day, at eleven and six, the old fellow takes his dog for a walk, and for
eight years that □walk has never varied. You can see them in the rue de Lyon,
the dog pulling his master along as hard as he can, till finally the old chap misses
He told me he'd been having a roughhouse with a fellow who'd annoyed him. "I'm
not one who looks for trouble," he explained, "only I'm a bit short-tempered. That
fellow said to me, challenging-like, 'Come down off that streetcar, if you're a ...
There wasn't a moment's letup in the noise— shouts, conversations, and always
that muttering undertone. The only oasis of silence was made by the young fellow
and the old woman gazing into each other's eyes. Then, one by one, the Arabs ...
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