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The Vampire Maid by Hume Nisbet

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I had become diffident of myself, and wearied of my kind. A strange unrest was in my blood; a barren dearth in my brains. Familiar objects and faces had grown distasteful to me. I wanted to be alone.

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I was in that condition of mind when absolute renunciation of society was a necessity.

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A strange unrest was in my blood; a barren dearth in my brains. Familiar objects and faces had grown distasteful to me. I wanted to be alone.

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I was in that condition of mind when absolute renunciation of society was a necessity.

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The loneliness of the moor, with the singing of the ocean, had gripped my heart with a wistful longing.

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It was the exact kind of abode that I had been looking after for weeks, for I was in that condition of mind when absolute renunciation of society was a necessity.

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I was inhaling the delicious summer air and once more getting back the vigour and happiness I had lost; my city-dried brains were again becoming juicy.

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