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Nicholas Nickleby
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  • He knew in his cups three distinct stages of intoxication,—the dignified—the quarrelsome—the amorous.
  • After an ineffectual clutch, intended to detain and carry them to his lips, old Arthur gave his own fingers a mumbling kiss, and with many amorous distortions of visage went in pursuit of his friend, who was by this time in the street.
  • Smike unexpectedly encounters a very old Friend, who invites him to his House, and will take no Denial Quite unconscious of the demonstrations of their amorous neighbour, or their effects upon the susceptible bosom of her mama, Kate Nickleby had, by this time, begun to enjoy a settled feeling of tranquillity and happiness, to which, even in occasional and transitory glimpses, she had long been a stranger.

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  • She doesn’t think of him in an amorous way.
  • rebuffed the amorous advances

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