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- Yet Hester was hardly safe in confiding herself to that gusty tenderness: it passed as suddenly as it came.Chapter 6 -- Pearl (40% in)
- Therefore it is good for this poor, sinful woman, that she hath an infant immortality, a being capable of eternal joy or sorrow, confided to her care—to be trained up by her to righteousness, to remind her, at every moment, of her fall, but yet to teach her, as if it were by the Creator's sacred pledge, that, if she bring the child to heaven, the child also will bring its parents thither!Chapter 8 -- The Elf-child and the Minister (74% in)
- To make himself the one trusted friend, to whom should be confided all the fear, the remorse, the agony, the ineffectual repentance, the backward rush of sinful thoughts, expelled in vain!Chapter 11 -- The Interior of a Heart (5% in)
- Earlier in life, Hester had vainly imagined that she herself might be the destined prophetess, but had long since recognised the impossibility that any mission of divine and mysterious truth should be confided to a woman stained with sin, bowed down with shame, or even burdened with a life-long sorrow.Chapter 24 -- Conclusion (90% in)
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