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  • Catherine, for a minute, was conscious of a distinct determination not to invite him to take a seat.
    Chapter 35 (42% in)
  • Dr. Sloper's interest in this phenomenon was only indirect—though, seeing that, as the years went on, half his patients came to be overworked men of business, it might have been more immediate—and when most of his neighbours' dwellings (also ornamented with granite copings and large fanlights) had been converted into offices, warehouses, and shipping agencies, and otherwise applied to the base uses of commerce, he determined to look out for a quieter home.
    Chapter 3 (51% in)
  • He would have liked to know exactly how often young Townsend came; but he had determined to ask no questions of the girl herself—to say nothing more to her that would show that he watched her.
    Chapter 8 (26% in)
  • He was curious and impatient, for he was sure she was going to speak of Morris Townsend; but he let her take her own time, for he was determined to be very mild.
    Chapter 11 (9% in)
  • The sign of the type in question is the determination—sometimes terrible in its quiet intensity—to accept nothing of life but its pleasures, and to secure these pleasures chiefly by the aid of your complaisant sex.
    Chapter 14 (64% in)
  • He thought a little of offering to take her for a tour in Europe; but he was determined to do this only in case she should seem mutely to reproach him.
    Chapter 15 (6% in)
  • She wrapped herself in silence; she was determined Catherine should ask her for an account of her interview with Morris.
    Chapter 17 (21% in)
  • He determined, as he said to himself, to see it out.
    Chapter 18 (**% in)
  • CHAPTER XIX It was for reasons connected with this determination that on the morrow he sought a few words of private conversation with Mrs. Penniman.
    Chapter 19 (1% in)
  • He also had something to say to her; but he was determined not to speak first.
    Chapter 22 (57% in)
  • "Keep it to yourself, then," her father answered, more than ever determined she should go to Europe.
    Chapter 22 (**% in)
  • They seemed only to make him more determined—more terrible," said poor Catherine.
    Chapter 25 (68% in)
  • Fortunately for Catherine she could take refuge from her excitement, which had now become intense, in her determination that her father should see nothing of it.
    Chapter 30 (30% in)
  • At present, for a long time after she received it, all she had to help her was the determination, daily more rigid, to make no appeal to the compassion of her father.
    Chapter 31 (55% in)
  • "I wanted so much—I was determined," Morris went on.
    Chapter 35 (45% in)

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