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conservatory
used in The Mill on the Floss

4 uses
  • They passed on into the conservatory.
    6.10 -- Book 6 Chapter 10 -- The Spell Seems Broken (39% in)
  • The focus of brilliancy was the long drawing-room, where the dancing went forward, under the inspiration of the grand piano; the library, into which it opened at one end, had the more sober illumination of maturity, with caps and cards; and at the other end the pretty sitting-room, with a conservatory attached, was left as an occasional cool retreat.
    6.10 -- Book 6 Chapter 10 -- The Spell Seems Broken (4% in)
  • But they had reached the end of the conservatory, and were obliged to pause and turn.
    6.10 -- Book 6 Chapter 10 -- The Spell Seems Broken (47% in)
  • As for Stephen, he leaned back against the framework of the conservatory, dizzy with the conflict of passions,—love, rage, and confused despair; despair at his want of self-mastery, and despair that he had offended Maggie.
    6.10 -- Book 6 Chapter 10 -- The Spell Seems Broken (62% in)

There are no more uses of "conservatory" in The Mill on the Floss.

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