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Patterns of Diction in Jane Austen's Major Novels


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I should give her compliments and Mr. Ferrars's, their best compliments and service, and how sorry they was they had not time to come on and see you, but they was in a great hurry to go forwards, for they was going further down for a little while, but howsever, when they come back, they'd make sure to come and see you."
how she had changed her name since she was in these parts.
"They come straight from town,
she was very well;