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Quotation by Charles Dickens
One of those sound slumbers which, lasting in reality some half hour, seem to the sleeper to have been protracted for three weeks or a month.
Charles Dickens (1812–1870), British novelist. The Pickwick Papers, ch. 41, p. 580 (1837).
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