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Anna Karenina
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  • And its being me, Kostya Levin, who went to a ball in a black tie, and was refused by the Shtcherbatskaya girl, and who was intrinsically such a pitiful, worthless creature—that proves nothing; I feel sure Franklin felt just as worthless, and he too had no faith in himself, thinking of himself as a whole.

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  • It has an intrinsic value separate from its sale price.
  • The intrinsic reward of a job well done.

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