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- Master Micawber's moroseness of aspect returned upon him again, and he demanded, with some temper, what he was to do?Chapters 52-54 (51% in)
- Mr. Micawber is morose.Chapters 40-42 (99% in)
- Master Micawber, whose disposition appeared to have been soured by early disappointment, and whose aspect had become morose, yielded to his better feelings, and blubbered.Chapters 52-54 (48% in)
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