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undue influence
used in Howards End

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law:  excessive persuasion that takes advantage of another's weakness of mind (or distress or necessity) such that the victim's inability to withstand the persuasion results in the victim making a decision they would not otherwise have made
  • That she would have—that it is a case of undue influence.
    Chapter 11 (70% in)

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