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peasant
used in The Awakening

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Definition
used historically or possibly in relation to a very poor country:  a person of low income, education, and social standing — especially one who raises crops or livestock
  • They played a duet from "Zampa," and at the earnest solicitation of every one present followed it with the overture to "The Poet and the Peasant."
    Chapter 9 (21% in)
  • They chatted incessantly: about the things around them; their amusing adventure out in the water-it had again assumed its entertaining aspect; about the wind, the trees, the people who had gone to the Cheniere; about the children playing croquet under the oaks, and the Farival twins, who were now performing the overture to "The Poet and the Peasant."
    Chapter 2 (44% in)
  • Surely, this Bavarian peasant is worthy of framing; and this basket of apples! never have I seen anything more lifelike.
    Chapter 18 (72% in)

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