1. Was he dreaming or was this a ghost that confronted him?
2. But you counted on the prince's, gratitude towards Pavlicheff; you never lent him any money; he owes you nothing; thenwhat were you counting upon if not on his gratitude?
3. Where did he go to in a fine carriage, andwhat was he plotting with the other Carlists, who dodged in and out of his room at all hours?
4. What was he sitting here like a fool for?
5. now, and what was he doing on the 10th?
6. He had to go to their parties; he was involved in the agitation when everybody telephoned to everybody else that she hadn't meant what she'd said when she'd said that, and anyway, around saying she'd said it?
7. And-Nedda and that haunted boy-so motionless?
8. in this big pack?
9. up the ladder or was he going down the ladder?
10. among those white camellias?
11. But since this plot evidently turned upon the nearing approach of Lidgerwood's special train, on blindly into the labyrinthine depths of the Wire-Silver mine?
12. If she did not- to marry him?
13. What were you told then; about?
14. there in the freezing cold instead of in bed?
15. about when they looked at the women?
16. the same fearful agony of mind as myself?
17. , or trying to draw him on?
18. of these very things this morning, as she lounged before the fire?
19. , or was he speaking the truth?
20. to advantage the masses of the people?