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    a corner of the carriage, I rode by the side and talked to Dora She


    their many hands in the bleak wintry air, and shreds of the old

    praise that anyone can give to C P Barkis, she deserves, and

    personal looks and presence of mind, that Traddles proposed a

    mongrel time, neither day nor night How late you are! Where

    don’t pray for my own self, I’ll pray for all My parting

    Are you the girl in the end is how to capture these people's heart

    numerous) on the other We were very grave; and when we came

    prepare it (chiefly, I believe, because it was not intended for the

    correspondence’, an opinion on the subject of Mr Copperfield’s

    beer with no hope, and I take away no hope I have done what I

    No, no, no, how can I say it is the general's command, and it is always in mind. He's a fist, and then he lifts his eyes.

    Next morning Mr Sharp came back Mr Sharp was the first

    I thought Mr Creakle was disappointed I thought Mrs and

    What walks I took alone, down muddy lanes, in the bad winter

    as ‘Rule Britannia’, or ‘Away with Melancholy’; when they

    could—and then we came back to the hotel to an early dinner All

    doubt, Mr Spenlow’s voice, but I didn’t know it, and I didn’t care

    ‘Overpowering, really!’

    I wish I had died I wish I had died then, with that feeling in my

    passion to Dora, and know my fate Happiness or misery was now

    trembles at my having fought him

    David Copperfield


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