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used in Oliver Twist

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  • 'Very good,' retorted the doctor; 'then so much the more reason for acceding to my proposition.'
    Chapter 30 — Relates What oliver's New Visitors Thought of Him (48% in)
  • Whether Noah Claypole, whose rapacity was none of the least comprehensive, would have acceded even to these glowing terms, had he been a perfectly free agent, is very doubtful; but as he recollected that, in the event of his refusal, it was in the power of his new acquaintance to give him up to justice immediately (and more unlikely things had come to pass), he gradually relented, and said he thought that would suit him.
    Chapter 42 — An Old Acquaintance of Oliver's, Exhibiting Decided Marks.... (82% in)
  • By the provisions of his father's will, Oliver would have been entitled to the whole; but Mr. Brownlow, unwilling to deprive the elder son of the opportunity of retrieving his former vices and pursuing an honest career, proposed this mode of distribution, to which his young charge joyfully acceded.
    Chapter 53 — And Last (15% in)

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