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Jane Eyre
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  • Mr. Rochester, on hearing the name, set his teeth; he experienced, too, a sort of strong convulsive quiver; near to him as I was, I felt the spasmodic movement of fury or despair run through his frame.

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  • She sits and her cane flexes against the gravel and the boy clicks his buttons in spasmodic flurries.
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