Austen Said:

Patterns of Diction in Jane Austen's Major Novels


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"Uppercross, the necessity of some one's going to Uppercross; the news to be conveyed; how it could be broken to Mr and Mrs Musgrove; the lateness of the morning; an hour already gone since they ought to have been off; the impossibility of being in tolerable time."
  • Novel: Persuasion
  • Character: Speaking together Mr. Charles Musgrove, Miss Henrietta Musgrove and Captain Frederick Wentworth
  • Link to text in chapter 12
  • Text ID: 01286