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Wuthering Heights
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  • I had a similar notion; and, remembering Mrs. Dean’s anecdote of his first attempt at enlightening the darkness in which he had been reared, I observed, — ’But, Mrs. Heathcliff, we have each had a commencement, and each stumbled and tottered on the threshold; had our teachers scorned instead of aiding us, we should stumble and totter yet.’

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  • Can you enlighten me—I don’t understand this proposal
  • The book enlightens and entertains.

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