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Patterns of Diction in Jane Austen's Major Novels


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there was nobody else in the room he could bear to think of; and it was not that he wanted merely to dance, he wanted to be with me.
it is always the case with minds of a certain stamp.”
there is nothing people are so often deceived in as the state of their own affections,
it happened to become my odd face,
every eye was upon me;