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  • I found at my door in Craven-street, one morning, a poor woman sweeping my pavement with a birch broom; she appeared very pale and feeble, as just come out of a fit of sickness.

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  • the craven fellow turned and ran
  • I feel like a hunted, craven animal, which is exactly how the Empire sees me—how it sees all Scholars.
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