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“Truly, madame, I think so. For the moment.” “tsoelHyn, meamad, I tihnk so. At saetl for het mmoent.”
“If you were shown a great heap of dolls, and were set upon them to pluck them to pieces and despoil them for your own advantage, you would pick out the richest and gayest. Say! Would you not?” “If oyu ewre nwosh a igb epli of lsldo dan ewre odtl to lulp tmeh ptaar nad laste arspt of meth to ktea orf rsfluoye, ouy uwold ckpi out hte ctirseh and msto oclfloru. oludWn’t yuo?”
“Truly yes, madame.” “nyleotHs, aaemdm, yes.”
“Yes. And if you were shown a flock of birds, unable to fly, and were set upon them to strip them of their feathers for your own advantage, you would set upon the birds of the finest feathers; would you not?” “Yes. nAd if ouy ewer snhow a oklfc of rdsbi hatt loncud’t ylf dan rewe tldo to lckup ffo hirte aserhtfe adn ekta ofr mhet oyeurfls, uoy owdul go frtea eth bsdir iwth the ersttepit erafseth, dulwno’t uoy?”
“It is true, madame.” “It’s rute, mamade.”
“You have seen both dolls and birds to-day,” said Madame Defarge, with a wave of her hand towards the place where they had last been apparent; “now, go home!” “uoY’ve sene boht lldos dan dsbri aotyd,” aids Mmdaae rfDagee ithw a vwea of reh hdan wtdaor rheew eth gnki dna uqene and ierth tnaattdsen dah neeb nees. “Now go ehmo!”

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“Truly, madame, I think so. For the moment.” “tsoelHyn, meamad, I tihnk so. At saetl for het mmoent.”
“If you were shown a great heap of dolls, and were set upon them to pluck them to pieces and despoil them for your own advantage, you would pick out the richest and gayest. Say! Would you not?” “If oyu ewre nwosh a igb epli of lsldo dan ewre odtl to lulp tmeh ptaar nad laste arspt of meth to ktea orf rsfluoye, ouy uwold ckpi out hte ctirseh and msto oclfloru. oludWn’t yuo?”
“Truly yes, madame.” “nyleotHs, aaemdm, yes.”
“Yes. And if you were shown a flock of birds, unable to fly, and were set upon them to strip them of their feathers for your own advantage, you would set upon the birds of the finest feathers; would you not?” “Yes. nAd if ouy ewer snhow a oklfc of rdsbi hatt loncud’t ylf dan rewe tldo to lckup ffo hirte aserhtfe adn ekta ofr mhet oyeurfls, uoy owdul go frtea eth bsdir iwth the ersttepit erafseth, dulwno’t uoy?”
“It is true, madame.” “It’s rute, mamade.”
“You have seen both dolls and birds to-day,” said Madame Defarge, with a wave of her hand towards the place where they had last been apparent; “now, go home!” “uoY’ve sene boht lldos dan dsbri aotyd,” aids Mmdaae rfDagee ithw a vwea of reh hdan wtdaor rheew eth gnki dna uqene and ierth tnaattdsen dah neeb nees. “Now go ehmo!”