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Patterns of Diction in Jane Austen's Major Novels


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on having preserved her gown from injury.
guess the price and weigh the merits of a new muff and tippet.
nothing of any of them.
her great good luck.
the necessity of its concealment,
she could have known his intention,
she could have seen him before he went, as she should certainly have troubled him with her best regards to his father and mother, and her kind compliments to all the Skinners.