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- As Tess's own people down in those retreats are never tired of saying among each other in their fatalistic way: "It was to be."1 — The Maiden (**% in)
- They were generous young souls; they had been reared in the lonely country nooks where fatalism is a strong sentiment, and they did not blame her.3 — The Rally (88% in)
- Her naturally bright intelligence had begun to admit the fatalistic convictions common to field-folk and those who associate more extensively with natural phenomena than with their fellow-creatures; and she accordingly drifted into that passive responsiveness to all things her lover suggested, characteristic of the frame of mind.4 — The Consequence (68% in)
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