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shoes, he made shoes. * * * * Five paces by four and a half. With
such scraps tossing and rolling upward from the depths of his
mind, the prisoner walked faster and faster, obstinately counting
and counting; and the roar of the city changed to this extent-that it
still rolled in like muffled drums, but with the wall of voices that
he knew, in the swell that rose above them.
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