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Can you name the works of literature that have been scrambled together by a Markov text generator?

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Would you, in the lamp-light o'er him streaming throws his songs one word, `Lenore!' Merely this grim, ungainly, ghastly, gaunt, and ham! (1/2)
I do not eat them in the darkness peering, long I wheeled a box. I do not like them anywhere! (2/2)
He went snicker-snack! He had hardly changed at all. The sun rose on the owls. Only the fair, playing a start. (1/2)
His Aunt Petunia was no sign at the borogoves, And the front step, but Privet Drive had been a baby, and it came! (2/2)
In his house in dreams to the earth again beneath his house at R’lyeh under the first men, and she wouldn't hardly do, Ben. (1/2)
You see, Aunt Polly's awful particular about this fence, and she wouldn't let him; Sid wanted to like it. (2/2)
He was playing when he was very phony—I mean him when he was finished. You should’ve heard the dread of outrageous fortune or to sleep. (1/2)
No more -- and by opposing end The slings and scorns of action. (2/2)
A single man of dragon-hoards before, but his design in possession of dwarves; and silver red-stained in possession of mail, helms and a wife on his costly bed. (1/2)
Behind him a thrumming came from his wife, “how can you talk so!' (2/2)

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