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Patterns of Diction in Jane Austen's Major Novels


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their being all sent away.
her master should not be able to have another apple-tart this spring. He told Patty this, but
not mind it, and be sure not to say any thing to us about it, for Mrs. Hodges would be cross sometimes, and as long as so many sacks were sold, it did not signify who ate the remainder.
she knew nothing of my being expected.—