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- She cannot accuse me of showing one bit of deceitful softness.Chapter 14 (57% in)
- 'Come in,' said I, taking Cathy by the arm and half forcing her to re-enter; for she lingered, viewing with troubled eyes the features of the speaker, too stern to express his inward deceit.Chapter 22 (81% in)
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