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Patterns of Diction in Jane Austen's Major Novels


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they are all coming up to town directly, on Mrs. Churchill's account —she has not been well the whole winter, and thinks Enscombe too cold for her—so they are all to move southward without loss of time."
Mrs. Churchill,
has not been able to leave the sofa for a week together.
she complained,
of being too weak to get into her conservatory without having both his arm and his uncle's!