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The Brothers Karamazov
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  • And in a rush of fervent feeling she clasped her hands before him.
  • And I am ready to vow to do so now—in everything, and for all my life!" cried Lise fervently, "and I’ll do it gladly, gladly!
  • And note, the deception is in the name of Him in Whose ideal the old man had so fervently believed all his life long.
  • In his fervent prayer he did not beseech God to lighten his darkness but only thirsted for the joyous emotion, which always visited his soul after the praise and adoration, of which his evening prayer usually consisted.
  • Our evenings, one after another, were spent in such stirring and fervent talk.
  • And yet how many meek and humble monks there are, yearning for solitude and fervent prayer in peace!
  • He could not speak, he gasped for breath, he pressed my hand warmly, looking fervently at me.
  • But could I endure such a life for long?" the lady went on fervently, almost frantically.
  • One day he would come determined and say fervently: "I know it will be heaven for me, heaven, the moment I confess.

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  • a fervent desire to change society
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