CHAPTER III — THE WHELP IT was very remarkable that a young gentleman who had been brought up under one continuous system of unnatural restraint, should be a hypocrite; but it was certainly the case with Tom.
The not being troubled with earnestness was a grand point in his favour, enabling him to take to the hard Fact fellows with as good a grace as if he had been born one of the tribe, and to throw all other tribes overboard, as conscious hypocrites.
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She calls him a hypocrite for suggesting a green lifestyle except when it is personally inconvenient.
She may be a hypocrite, but at least she knows the difference between right and wrong.