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I duly found myself out in the street again at the place from which I had started.

About the part in bold, is it 'find out' plus the object 'myself' or 'find myself' plus 'out in the street'?
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'found myself' plus whatever condition you are in!
Good! Just as I thought. Thanks, nona.
nona, what do you think the 'out' implies here? What do you think is the difference between the sentence in question and this one, without the 'out'?
I duly found myself in the street again at the place from which I had started.
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In the first the person had come from being inside a building. In the second they could have come from another street.
nona the britIn the first the person had come from being inside a building. In the second they could have come from another street.

It has this in front:
I went down the lift at one station intending to catch a train somewhere and walked along the subway until I came to a lift, into which acrowd of people were hurring.
So rather than coming from being inside a building, it implies that the person came up again from the underground, doesn't it?
Ok, maybe not strictly just a building, but indoors.
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To generalize, it's basically 'from inside', right?