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"As you said it was too good for mere dirt; you tried to apply it to your own wandering and uneasy life." (Part I, Chapter 1)

"Having no future of my own, why shouldn’t I look forward to yours?" (Part 1, Chapter 1)

"What is more eyebrow-raising is the suggestion of lesbianism in this friendship, a suggestion that is some early letters is uncomfortably explicit." (Part I, Chapter 2)

"I couldn’t stand the thought of this place sitting here all ready for you and you not in it." (Part II, Chapter 1)

"Thy dress should be a background for thy face." (Part II, Chapter 2)

"But they ought to know you! You sit so silent they’ll all think you’re nobody, and it isn’t true." (Part IV, Chapter 5)

"You owe it to yourself to make a good impression." (Part IV, Chapter 5)

"I know who you are, and who I am, and who Oliver is, and what a gentleman does in the circumstances." (Part V, Chapter 6)

"Why must you act as if I had married a..." (Part VI, Chapter 1)

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