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  • She ran away to indulge the inclination, leaving the tender and the sublime of pleasure to Harriet's share.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • —It was all the service she could now render her poor friend; for as to any of that heroism of sentiment which might have prompted her to entreat him to transfer his affection from herself to Harriet, as infinitely the most worthy of the two—or even the more simple sublimity of resolving to refuse him at once and for ever, without vouchsafing any motive, because he could not marry them both, Emma had it not.  (not reviewed by editor)

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