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“I perceiv’d, then, I was beginning to be in love —”
“'Tis no use for you to be in love with him any more than me, Retty Priddle, 'said jolly-faced Marian, the eldest, slily.”
“But what if Karen Newman turned out to be a commitment-phobic, relationship-challenged woman approaching age thirty who wanted desperately to be in love but was afraid to take that necessary leap of faith required for a lasting relationship?”
“We think that Mary will labour to be in love with the self-devoted man, under her mother's influence, and from that hyper-conscientiousness so common with good girls; but we don't wish her to succeed.”
“The Chevalier de Guise, whose idol she still was, sat at her feet, and what had passed filled him with the utmost grief; he looked upon it as ominous for him, that fortune had destined the Duke of Nemours to be in love with the Princess of Cleves.”
“It wouldn't be easy to be in love with Bolshintsov,”
“We think that she will labor to be in love with the self-devoting man, under her mother's influence, and from that hyper-conscientiousness so common with good girls, ” but we don't wish her to succeed.”
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