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The deep baritone drips with condescension, festers with open sarcasm.
“This very plumbing, if you can dignify it with the name of plumbing, can bring disease and death into your home through the medium of your servants.”
“Come to think of it,” Slum Heart recalls, opportunistically, “that servant girl who comes to your house each morning […] Do you know where she goes at night?”
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