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Crime and Punishment
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  • [*] The emancipation of the serfs in 1861 is meant.
  • I am well dressed and reckoned not a poor man; the emancipation of the serfs hasn’t affected me; my property consists chiefly of forests and water meadows.

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  • She was an emancipated 20th century woman pursuing her career.
  • In 1776, a committee of Quakers emancipated forty slaves, but authorities declared the act illegal.

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