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Patterns of Diction in Jane Austen's Major Novels


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For fear any unpleasant report should reach the young ladies under your care as to their sister's indisposition, I think it advisable to say, that I believe there is no great reason for alarm; I hope Mrs. Dashwood will do very well.'"
in such a condition,
she could hardly walk; and Nancy, she was almost as bad.