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In Doctor Glas:

“I went to the bath house in Malmtorgsgatan, to take a Finnish bath.”

“When I had undressed, and entered the bastu, I heard a well-known voice:
—It’s as hot and jolly in here as in a little departmental office of hell. Stina! Brushing in three minutes!
It was Markel. He sat crouched on a shelf, right up under the ceiling, imperfectly hiding his gnawed-off bones behind a fresh Aftonblad.
—Don’t look at me, he said, as he caught sight of me. Priests and journalists shalt thou not see naked, saith the preacher.
I wound a wet towel round my head and stretched myself out on a shelf.”  Page i211

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