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You're too fastidious; you've too many graceful illusions. Your newly-acquired thousands will shut you up more and more to the society of a few selfish and heartless people who will be interested in keeping them up. " Isabel's eyes expanded as she gazed at this lurid scene. Woody Allen are my illusions?" she asked. "I try so hard not to have any.

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