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"The schoolmaster was leaving the village, and everybody seemed sorry."
Part First, At Marygreen: Chap. 1, p. 3

"He knew well, too well, in the secret centre of his brain, that Arabella was not worth a great deal as a specimen of womankind. Yet, such being the custom of the rural districts among honorable young men who had drifted so far into intimacy with a woman as he unfortunately had done, he was ready to abide by what he had said, and take the consequences."
Part First, At Marygreen: Chap. 9, p. 55

"The next noteworthy move in Jude's life was that in which he appeared gliding steadily onward through a dusky landscape of some three years' later leafage than had graced his courtship of Arabella, and the disruption of his course conjugal life with her. He was walking towards Christminster city, at a point a mile or two to the south-west of...

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