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- A keen remembrance and keen pity impelled Maggie to put her hand in Philip's.6.10 — Book 6 Chapter 10 — The Spell Seems Broken (85% in)
- Perhaps he was not distinctly conscious that he was impelled to it by a secret longing—running counter to all his self-confessed resolves—to deepen the hold he had on her.6.13 — Book 6 Chapter 13 — Borne Along by the Tide (17% in)
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