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Patterns of Diction in Jane Austen's Major Novels


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they would go; go to-morrow, fix themselves at the inn, or get into lodgings, as it suited, and there remain till dear Louisa could be moved. They must be taking off some trouble from the good people she was with; they might at least relieve Mrs Harville from the care of her own children;
  • Novel: Persuasion
  • Character: Narrator as Mr. Musgrove, Mrs. Musgrove and HenriettaMusgrove
  • Link to text in chapter 13
  • Text ID: 01358