Humphrey Clinker Tom Jones the Vicar of Wakefield Don

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    Humphrey Clinker Tom Jones the Vicar of Wakefield Don

    ‘Our niece’s position, or supposed position, is much changed by

    boy with a comforter, and a shabby-genteel man secretly eating

    I thought, as they came towards us, that they were well matched

    David Copperfield

    My aunt was as happy as I was, in the arrangement made for

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    shoes to attract his attention to one sentence of a tale of distress,

    accustomed to sit, Mr Micawber plying his pen with great

    journey, but I felt completely extinguished, and dreadfully young

    used to go back to the prison, and walk up and down the parade

    of people in a variety of ways Some people trifled with her as a

    in pouring my griefs (if I may describe difficulties, chiefly arising

    few days of the conference; and within a few more days, Dora’s

    new about me Now that the state of doubt was over, I felt, for

    have been at school with Mr Henry Spiker?’

    where he was, but sat by the fireside, weeping silently, and

    eleven and a half My friend Copperfield will perhaps do me the

    ‘What have you done?’ retorted Traddles ‘Hurt his feelings,

    ‘No,’ he returned ‘An escapade of a week or so’

    As this change stole on Annie, once like sunshine in the

    in thinking that I am so bad Oh, for mercy’s sake, tell

    David Copperfield


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