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atter of

坥n, “bed You can’t sleep yet●.Wait till you hear the bell at ten-thi

rty.” ▓ I turned back to the bench onl▓y to find that another squatter had jump▓ed my cl

windows.A
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aim.Too sleepy to stand● unaided, I hung myself up against th●e wall and waited.If

the dreams from which I wa●s aroused were not much shorter than they see●med,

b▓lished
behind a rust-eaten wi▓

several days passed before ther▓e sounded th

e sudden clang o▓f an iron-voiced bell.The resulting stampede▓ carried me to the second floor. In an evil▓ly-ventilated room, lower of ceili●ng than the hall below, I found tha▓t cot thirty-seven, to which I ▓had been assigned, could be reached only▓ by climbing over several of the sixty whic▓h as

cket, was

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many men in varying stages of ins▓obriety were preparing to occupy.By a ser▓ies of contortions, in the execution of which ●I often thumped with my elbows ●the man behind me

and displaced my cot sufficien▓tly to ca

老公刚做完儿子跟着做

use the downfall of my opposite ne▓ighbor, whose equilibrium was far from stable,▓ I succeeded in removing my shoes and coat.To ●venture further in the disrobing proce●ss seemed undesirable.I spr▓ead my germ-proof jacket ac

ross the animat●ed coverlet and lay down.Before the ▓last sot had ceased his maudlin grum▓bling there broke out here and there in the ro▓om a dialogue of snores.Rapid▓ly it increased to a chorus.In ten minutes the ●ensemble would have p

ut to sh●ame the most atrocious steam calliope ▓ever inflicted upon a defenceless public.Reite▓rated kicks and punches reduced to c●omparative 21silence the few slum●berers within reach; by shying one ●shoe at a distant sleeper

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