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Every one wanteth the same; every one is equal: he who hath other sentiments goeth voluntarily into the madhouse.
And through the deep and tremendous noise sudden yells that resembled snatches of songs from a madhouse darted shrill and high in discordant jets of sound which seemed to rush far above the earth and drive all peace from under the stars.
He took my carriage very ill, and indeed he might well do so, for at last I refused to bed with him, and carrying on the breach upon all occasions to extremity, he told me once he thought I was mad, and if I did not alter my conduct, he would put me under cure; that is to say, into a madhouse.
Soon we shot in quick succession, past a light- house; a madhouse (how the lunatics flung up their caps and roared in sympathy with the headlong engine and the driving tide
She told him all--that they had no friend or relative--that she had fled with the old man, to save him from a madhouse and all the miseries he dreaded--that she was flying now, to save him from himself-- and that she sought an asylum in some remote and primitive place, where the temptation before which he fell would never enter, and her late sorrows and distresses could have no place.
There are three ways before her," he thought, "the canal, the madhouse, or .
And sinking back into delirium, I would take the idea with me and be immured in madhouses, and be beaten by keepers, and surrounded by screeching lunatics.
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The madhouse is rocking with Vic (Vic Reeves, right) practising for the big Danceathon at Julie's Bistro.
It gives me the creeps because everyone tells me what a madhouse it will be in Glasgow that day
It does not take much to consider Egypt a madhouse of giant proportions.