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- The rugged eloquence with which he spoke, was not devoid of all effect.Chapters 31-33 (52% in)
- If she were not true to it, might the object she now had in life, which bound her to something devoid of evil, in its passing away from her, leave her more forlorn and more despairing, if that were possible, than she had been upon the river's brink that night; and then might all help, human and Divine, renounce her evermore!Chapters 46-48 (56% in)
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