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"You must go back with me to the autumn of 1827." Chap. 1: A Discovery, p. 9

"I perceive, with joy, my most valued friend, that the cloud of your displeasure has past away; the light of your countenance blesses me once more, and you desire the continuation of my story: therefore, without more ado, you shall have it." Chap. 2: An Interview, p. 19

"I went home very happy, with a heart brimful of complacency for myself, and overflowing with love for Eliza." Chap. 2: An Interview, p. 24

"'Moderation in all things remember. That's the plan—"Let your moderation be known unto all men!"'" Chap. 4: The Party, p. 40

"'You see there is a sad dearth of subjects,' observed the fair artist." Chap. 5: The Studio, p. 43

"There goes the dinner bell—and here comes my aunt to scold me for sitting here at my desk all day, instead of staying...

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