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Somebody's Luggage

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In Somebody's Luggage, Dickens explores the life and experience of a waiter, who tells his own story:""I asked our Head Chambermaid in the course of the day, 'What are them things in 24 B?' To which she answered with a careless air, 'Somebody's Luggage.' Regarding her with a eye not free from severity, I says, 'Whose Luggage?' Evading my eye, she replied, 'Lor! How should I know!'"

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