Bleak House Quotes

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"forget your worldly arts and play with me," p. 45.

"The universe," he observed, "makes rather an indifferent parent," p. 45.

"The weather is so very bad, down in Lincolnshire, that the liveliest imagination can scarcely apprehend its ever being fine again," p. 50.

"Come night, come darkness, for you cannot come too soon, or stay too long, by such a place as this!" p. 93.

"The Augurs of the Detective Temple invariably predict, that when Mr. Bucket and that finger are in much conference, a terrible avenger will be heard of before long," p. 437.

"the law is so despotic here, that it interferes to prevent any of our good English citizens from being troubled, even by a lady's visits, against his desire," p. 362.

"They said there could be no East wind where Somebody was; they said that wherever Dame Durden went, there was sunshine and summer air," p. 262.

"Thrown on the...

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