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  • "Excuse me," Sergey Ivanovitch interposed with a smile, "self-interest did not induce us to work for the emancipation of the serfs, but we did work for it."
  • Russia has been ruined by the emancipation!
  • And he proceeded to unfold his own scheme of emancipation by means of which these drawbacks might have been avoided.
  • "Just what they thought of the negroes before their emancipation!" said Pestsov angrily.
  • Chapter 8 Anna, in that first period of her emancipation and rapid return to health, felt herself unpardonably happy and full of the joy of life.
  • A great deal more of what the gentleman with the gray whiskers said to show in what way Russia was ruined by the emancipation struck him indeed as very true, new to him, and quite incontestable.
  • Alexey Alexandrovitch expressed the idea that the education of women is apt to be confounded with the emancipation of women, and that it is only so that it can be considered dangerous.
  • Although he had been much interested by Sergey Ivanovitch’s views of the new epoch in history that would be created by the emancipation of forty millions of men of Slavonic race acting with Russia, a conception quite new to him, and although he was disturbed by uneasy wonder at being sent for by Kitty, as soon as he came out of the drawing room and was alone, his mind reverted at once to the thoughts of the morning.
  • Konstantin Levin broke in with still greater heat; "the emancipation of the serfs was a different matter.

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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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