- Some provincial, it appears.Chapters 85-86 (9% in)
- "Ah," replied he, sighing, "that is not very surprising; I have been more than a year absent from Paris, and my clothes are of a most antiquated cut; the count takes me for a provincial.Chapters 35-36 (25% in)
- He was a simple-looking lawyer's clerk, elevated to the extraordinary dignity of a provincial scrivener.Chapters 41-42 (83% in)
- Andrea, indeed, inhaled the scent of something cooking which was not unwelcome to him, hungry as he was; it was that mixture of fat and garlic peculiar to provincial kitchens of an inferior order, added to that of dried fish, and above all, the pungent smell of musk and cloves.Chapters 81-82 (17% in)
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