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"I remember everything." Introduction, pg. 11

"And the Doctor started his activities in very small ways. Sugar tasted a little salty, sometimes. A door one had always seen to be blue modulated by scarcely perceptible stages until, suddenly, it was a green door." Chapter 1, The City Under Siege, pg. 15

"But, for myself, I was bewildered, for certain timbres in the young man's voice had reawakened all my last night's dream and, as if his voice had struck those mysterious otes which are supposed to shatter glass, a fine tracery of cracks had all at once appeared in the surface of my indifference." Chapter 1, The City Under Siege, pg. 39

"Yet, if she was asleep, she was dreaming of passion and afterwards I slept without dreaming for I had experienced a dream in actuality." Chapter 2, The Mansion of Midnight, pg. 56

"Then, for a long time, nothing more." Chapter 2, The Mansion of...

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