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When he banged on the door the noise stopped inside the room. He knocked
again, and, after a moment, the woman started crying, and Raymond opened the
door. He had a cigarette dangling from his underlip and a rather sickly smile.
"Only when I see you standing there and looking at me, I can't help trembling.
That's only natural." Then he closed his door, and we all went away. Marie and I
finished getting our lunch ready. But she hadn't any appetite, and I ate nearly all.
Just as he was going out of the door, he turned and, smiling a little, said: "Let's
hope the dogs won't bark again tonight. I always think it's mine I hear. . . ." VI It
was an effort waking up that Sunday morning; Marie had to jog my shoulders and
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