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opera
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The Mill on the Floss
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  • I don’t know the opera, but it appears the tenor is telling the heroine that he shall always love her though she may forsake him.
  • But then good society has its claret and its velvet carpets, its dinner-engagements six weeks deep, its opera and its faery ball-rooms; rides off its ennui on thoroughbred horses; lounges at the club; has to keep clear of crinoline vortices; gets its science done by Faraday, and its religion by the superior clergy who are to be met in the best houses,—how should it have time or need for belief and emphasis?
  • "If you will look out the ’Beggar’s Opera’ from the large canterbury.

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  • She is a popular opera singer.
  • We’re going to the opera this evening.

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