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- His moral force was abased into more than childish weakness.Chapter 13 — Another View of Hester (1% in)
- If they would serve their fellowmen, let them do it by making manifest the power and reality of conscience, in constraining them to penitential self-abasement!Chapter 10 — The Leech and his Patient (42% in)
- Strengthened by years of hard and solemn trial, she felt herself no longer so inadequate to cope with Roger Chillingworth as on that night, abased by sin and half-maddened by the ignominy that was still new, when they had talked together in the prison-chamber.Chapter 13 — Another View of Hester (96% in)
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