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You got it. " "Nice of you," said Brett. "Mummy would be pleased. " "I'd tell her, too," said the count. "I'm not joking you. I never joke people. Joke people and you make enemies. " "You're right," Brett said. "You're terribly right. I always joke people and I haven't a friend in the world. " asked the count. " Brett looked at me and wrinkled up the corners of her eyes. "No," she said. " 49 of 215 Hemingway, Ernest - The Sun Also Rises "See," said the count. " "This is a hell of a dull talk," Brett said.
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