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Wuthering Heights - Planet eBook

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Wuthering Heights By Emily Bronte

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  • Page 16 and 17: evealed a genuine bad nature. I no
  • Page 18 and 19: ‘And this young man is ‘ ‘Not
  • Page 20 and 21: e done to but, you’ll see! Go, I
  • Page 22 and 23: Heathcliff will never get another t
  • Page 24 and 25: Chapter III WHILE leading the way u
  • Page 26 and 27: ‘An awful Sunday,’ commenced th
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  • Page 30 and 31: dress from the pulpit, and each dis
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  • Page 36 and 37: light, and then I’ll be off; and
  • Page 38 and 39: follow him. He noticed this, and th
  • Page 40 and 41: me frequently to steer to the right
  • Page 42 and 43: I suppose?’ ‘I have: and troubl
  • Page 44 and 45: money at first. And Hareton has bee
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    I hoped heartily we should have pea

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    ing repulsed continually hardened h

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    Chapter VI MR. HINDLEY came home to

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    cause Cathy taught him what she lea

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    she was barefoot. You’ll have to

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    in; I followed, grumbling execratio

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    etween her treatment and mine. Then

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    kissed me gently: I was all flour m

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    After playing lady’s-maid to the

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    screwed up his courage, exclaimed a

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    your father was Emperor of China, a

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    flogged! I can’t eat my dinner. W

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    difficulty I could coax her out aga

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    attraction is not entirely owing to

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    Chapter VIII ON the morning of a fi

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    I promise I won’t speak: but that

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    on the temples; the eyes were large

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    stilled into him by the favours of

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    with the Lintons, the dots for thos

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    witness to refute her. She stamped

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    home rabid drunk, ready to pull the

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    teeth: but, for my part, I was neve

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    have; and a pretty state you’re c

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    ‘A pity,’ observed I. ‘You’

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    with it you wouldn’t, unless he p

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    commenced in a short time. ‘If I

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    when he learns my true feelings tow

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    on to the settle, and ran to seek f

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    mained, calling at intervals, and t

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    ‘I’ve been wet,’ she answered

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    for nothing! I obliged her to obey;

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    no mistress; and as to Hareton, the

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    ‘The doctor says you must drop th

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    y the kitchen-door, and lingered to

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    ‘I did not question him,’ I ans

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    hold the transformation of Heathcli

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    swallowed a mouthful. Their guest d

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    try to be his friend, he ought to h

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    from the perpetual sunshine. Heathc

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    fluous? We didn’t care whether yo

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    Linton left the room. ‘All, all i

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    would gladly have done had it been

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    ‘I’d wrench them off her finger

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    Chapter XI SOMETIMES, while meditat

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    emphasis, and distorted his baby fe

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    laid his hand on her arm. She avert

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    Linton, in amazement. ‘I’ve tre

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    are habituated to his baseness, and

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    strike him with my fist, but I’d

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    I’ll try to break their hearts by

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    had resolved, previous to his comin

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    eagerly, and sank back on her pillo

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    the middle of winter, the wind blew

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    I took her hand in mine, and bid he

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    ached with some great grief which,

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    sidering he’d rather I’d come t

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    ing nonsense the whole evening; but

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    directions than she had shown herse

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    to hold my tongue, and suffer matte

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    Linton had resumed his seat by the

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    claimed. ‘They remind me of soft

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    Inform Edgar that I’d give the wo

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    threshold to wait till the others s

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    don’t tell Edgar, or Catherine ab

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    al? Is Hareton to be a beggar? Oh,

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    I put my basin on a tray, and went

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    I was so vexed, I flung my tray and

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    Chapter XIV AS soon as I had peruse

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    the truth at once. ‘My master bid

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    nearly forgotten you, and involving

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    ited indulgences from my chivalrous

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    purpose to obtain power over him; a

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    for her husband. Oh, I’ve no doub

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    Chapter XV ANOTHER week over and I

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    she would turn petulantly away, and

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    his despair. And now he stared at h

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    Heathcliff went to the back of her

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    God! would YOU like to live with yo

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    was sincerely glad to observe that

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    eautiful than she appeared. And I p

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    on the ground. ‘Yes, she’s dead

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    leaves, in the great drawingroom. L

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    Chapter XVII THAT Friday made the l

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    necessary attire, did I obtain her

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    effectually, and so I’m at my eas

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    ‘t’ little maister’ and his s

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    and violence!’ cried Hindley. ‘

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    over her grave and die like a faith

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    dead, he should inquire into this.

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    forgive him. Hindley wanted some wa

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    ‘The back of the settle and Earns

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    from going anywhere where he was li

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    ‘What! would you have tears for h

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    stark; and so you’ll allow it was

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    Chapter XVIII THE twelve years, con

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    ‘Because they are a great deal hi

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    were spent in recounting her fancif

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    and astonishment: comprehending pre

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    oath, and turned away. ‘Who is hi

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    it into her hand, bid her whist! fo

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    my little lady how she had spent th

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    herself on the grassy bank beside t

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    himself off, and lay down. Cathy ca

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    dations of him to his care, he grie

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    him.’ ‘Oh, all children love th

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    and me!’ he murmured. ‘Has he e

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    ‘No,’ said Linton, with a gaze

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    ‘Wah!’ answered Joseph, ‘yon

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    some sort. ‘And I never know such

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    larks singing far and near, and enj

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    where he lives: at the farmhouse I

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    with wishing to see?’ ‘What, Li

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    ton! Do you know that, twenty times

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    know what he suffers now, for insta

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    ‘Why, where the devil is the use

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    Then he drew her to him, and asked

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    dead, and you were by yourself in t

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    among my house keys one that would

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    dle of trash you study in your leis

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    Chapter XXII SUMMER drew to an end,

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    little flower up yonder, the last b

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    to gather some hips that bloomed sc

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    like your double-dealing,’ he add

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    change.’ What use were anger and

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    entered. ‘Oh, I hope you’ll die

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    love you better than anybody living

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    a seat opposite, and looked solemnl

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    some water; he rejected the latter,

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    you like him, Ellen?’ ‘Like him

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    Chapter XXIV AT the close of three

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    ‘To the bottom of the park,’ sh

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    lowing, and bright white clouds fli

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    ‘’Oh, you dunce!’ I said, lau

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    the old wretch’s mockery. ‘Lint

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    I might manage to creep into the ho

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    its were dreary and troubled: now w

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    Chapter XXV ‘THESE things happene

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    gained his ends, and triumphed in r

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    lamentations. but his father kept a

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    Catherine surveyed him with grief a

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    permitting you to come my best than

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    I stand in awe of Mr. Heathcliff.

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    last moments with information that

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    And perhaps you WILL consent and he

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    was annihilated for the time, and h

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    ‘I am not afraid of you!’ excla

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    even Cathy’s little figure. ‘Ma

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    come have done, and get to bed. In

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    and kindness for himself. Linton ca

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    y the lattice, and watched anxiousl

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    Chapter XXVIII ON the fifth morning

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    ine: she’s my wife, and it’s sh

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    and wrenched it off the chain, and

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    He said Mr. Green, the lawyer, was

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    Mr. Green took upon himself to orde

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    through the window; and the same au

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    Catherine spoke with a kind of drea

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    was on the point of attaining my ob

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    that she was ready, when her pony s

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    ‘’We know that!’ answered Hea

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    taken up with staring at Catherine

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    doing my little all that road.’ H

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    to blame?’ ‘’Oh! you are an e

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    Chapter XXXI YESTERDAY was bright,

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    Hareton!’ And she leant her prett

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    ‘Oh!’ she replied, ‘I don’t

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    so like? I can hardly bear to see h

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    Chapter XXXII 1802. This September

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    of a sitting-room for me to sup in,

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    the pupil claimed a reward, and rec

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    down too. I never dreamt of his dyi

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    if you don’t behave!’ I said. H

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    smoked, and looked into the grate.

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    little rogue thought I had not seen

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    nor seemly for us: we mun side out

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    pensable at table. Catherine usuall

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    a body mud look at her ‘bout wink

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    in pieces, and I was just worked up

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    pleasanter, or more harmless sight;

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    Catherine connected him fearfully w

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    not a soul, from his general bearin

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    ‘He told me to begone as fast as

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    ness, but as a tight-stretched cord

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    anybody to get through; and it stru

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    when I regarded him alone, it seeme

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    your will be a while: you’ll be s

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    Then turning to Catherine, who was

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    Mr. Kenneth was perplexed to pronou

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    and disregarding her expostulations

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