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Hard Times
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  • ’Her father always had it in his head,’ resumed Childers, feigning unconsciousness of Mr. Bounderby’s existence, ’that she was to be taught the deuce-and-all of education.
  • She knew that he only feigned to be asleep, but she said nothing to him.
  • As Louisa feigned to rouse herself, and sat up, Sissy retired, so that she stood placidly near the bedside.

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  • She feigned sleep.
  • She feigned indifference.

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