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- Thus the mind of Frick was exactly of the sort for Mr. Solomon Featherstone to work upon, he having more plenteous ideas of the same order, with a suspicion of heaven and earth which was better fed and more entirely at leisure.Book 6 — The Widow and Wife (19% in)
- This streak of bitterness came from a plenteous source, and kept widening in the current of his thought as he neared Lowick Gate.Book 7 — Two Temptations (67% in)
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