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The Age of Innocence
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  • Of course the dilemma was purely hypothetical; since he wasn’t a blackguard Polish nobleman, it was absurd to speculate what his wife’s rights would be if he WERE.
  • It was just like Ellen, Mrs. Welland’s tired voice implied, to place the family in such a dilemma.

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  • It is an ethical dilemma.
  • Perhaps there is a way out of our present dilemma.

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