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But I was by this time so weary that I could have slept twelve hours at a stretch; I had the taste of sleep in my throat; my joints slept even when my mind was waking; the hot smell of the heather, and the drone of the wild bees, were like possets to me; and every now and again I would give a jump and find I had been dozing.
She was accustomed at home, as her maid knew, to sleep in a small bed.
Tonight she asks to sleep in your empty house--a house which you do not care about, and which you have not occupied for over a year.