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used in A Tale of Two Cities

4 uses
  • I have a cousin, an only relative and an orphan, like myself, whom I love very dearly.
    3.15 — The Footsteps Die Out For Ever (65% in)
  • "Do you suppose," Mr. Lorry went on, with a laughing twinkle in his bright eye, as it looked kindly at her, "that Doctor Manette has any theory of his own, preserved through all those years, relative to the cause of his being so oppressed; perhaps, even to the name of his oppressor?"
    2.6 — Hundreds of People (43% in)
  • The preceding relative positions of himself and Lucie were reversed, yet only as the liveliest gratitude and affection could reverse them, for he could have had no pride but in rendering some service to her who had rendered so much to him.
    3.4 — Calm in Storm (55% in)
  • He was saying the affectionate word, however, with a far more grudging condescension and patronage than he could have shown if their relative merits and positions had been reversed (which is invariably the case, all the world over), when Mr. Cruncher, touching him on the shoulder, hoarsely and unexpectedly interposed with the following singular question: "I say!
    3.8 — A Hand at Cards (24% in)

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