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- "I don't want any job. Why do you pick on me?
- "Patriotic Englishmen. Been here for years. Respected member of the European Trader's Association. We must have our man in Havana, you know. Submarines need fuel. Dictators drift together. Big ones draw in the little ones.
- "Atomic Submarines don't need fuel."
- "Quite right, old man, quite right..."
Part 1, Chapter 3, Section 2, p. 26.



"Wormold felt an enormous bewilderment. He wondered why he had not stopped all this nonsense at the beginning. No wonder Mary had left him. He remembered one of their quarrels. 'Why don't you do something, act some way, any way at all? You just stand there...' At least, he thought, this time I'm not standing, I'm sitting."
Part 1, Chapter 3, Section 2, p. 27.

Wormold "loved her [Milly] when the duenna was there, and he loved her even more when the duenna was absent: he...

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