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Sense and Sensibility

12:41:43
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Volume I, Chapter 1: The family of Dashwood had long been settled in Sussex

3:40
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Mr Dashwood’s disappointment...

2:32
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No sooner was his father’s funeral over...

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Show 179 remaining tracks for Sense and Sensibility

Volume I, Chapter 2: Mrs John Dashwood now installed herself mistress…

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‘I would not wish to do anything mean...’

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‘To be sure it will...’

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Volume I, Chapter 3: Mrs Dashwood remained at Norland several months...

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Edward had been staying several weeks in the house…

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Volume I, Chapter 4: ‘What a pity it is Elinor,’ said Marianne

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Elinor started at this declaration...

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But whatever might really be its limits it was enough…

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Volume I, Chapter 5: No sooner was her answer dispatched…

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Volume I, Chapter 6: The first part of their journey...

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In the mean time, till all these alterations could be made…

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Volume I, Chapter 7: Barton Park was about half a mile from the cottage…

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Mrs Jennings, Lady Middleton’s mother...

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Volume I, Chapter 8: Mrs Jennings was a widow with an ample jointure

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‘Mama, you are not doing me justice.’

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Volume I, Chapter 9: The Dashwoods were now settled at Barton...

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A gentleman, carrying a gun…

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Sir John called on them...

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Volume I, Chapter 10: Marianne’s preserver...

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Willoughby, on his side gave every proof of his pleasure…

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Perhaps she pitied and esteemed him more...

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Volume I, Chapter 11: Little had Mrs Dashwood or her daughters imagined…

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In Colonel Brandon alone...

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Volume I, Chapter 12: As Elinor and Marianne were walking together…

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Margaret related something to her the next day...

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Volume I, Chapter 13: Their intended excursion to Whitwell...

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‘There’s no persuading you to change your mind Brandon...’

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It was settled that there should be a dance in the evening…

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Volume I, Chapter 14: The sudden termination of Colonel Brandon’s visit…

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One evening in particular…

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Volume I, Chapter 15: Mrs Dashwood’s visit to Lady Middleton...

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Mrs Dashwood felt too much for speech...

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‘Then you would have told me...’

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‘A mighty concession indeed!’

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Volume I, Chapter 16: Marianne would have thought herself very inexcusable

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It was several days before Willoughby's name was mentioned…

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He was the only person in the world...

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Volume I, Chapter 17: Mrs Dashwood was surprised only for a moment…

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Elinor smiled again...

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‘I have frequently detected myself in such kind of mistakes...’

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Volume I, Chapter 18: Elinor saw with great uneasiness the low spirits…

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The subject was continued no farther…

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Volume I, Chapter 19: Edward remained a week at the cottage…

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‘I think Edward,’ said Mrs Dashwood...

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Elinor sat down to her drawing-table...

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Mrs Palmer was several years younger than Lady Middleton…

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‘Here comes Marianne,’ cried Sir John...

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Volume I, Chapter 20: As the Miss Dashwoods entered the drawing-room…

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Charlotte laughted heartily...

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Elinor was again obliged to decline her invitation…

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Volume I, Chapter 21: The Palmers returned to Cleveland...

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When their promised visit to the park...

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‘Poor little creatures!’ said Miss Steele…

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This specimen of the Miss Steeles was enough…

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Volume I, Chapter 22: Marianne, who had never much toleration...

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What felt Elinor at that moment?

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She was silent

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Here she took out her handkerchief...

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Volume II, Chapter 1: However small Elinor’s general dependence…

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As these considerations occurred to her....

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But it was not immediately that an opportunity of doing so…

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Lucy directly drew her work table near her…

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Volume II, Chapter 2: In a firm, though cautious tone...

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‘But what,’ said she after a short silence...

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They were again silent for many minutes...

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Volume II, Chapter 3: Though Mrs Jennings was in the habit…

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Mrs Jennings repeated her assurance...

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Elinor could not help smiling at this display of indifference…

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Volume II, Chapter 4: Elinor could not find herself in the carriage…

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As dinner was not to be ready in less than two hours…

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This, and the manner in which it was said…

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After an hour or two…

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Volume II, Chapter 5: ‘If this open weather holds much longer...’

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About a week after their arrival...

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Elinor found, when the evening was over...

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Her letter was scarcely finished when a rap foretold a visitor…

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Volume II, Chapter 6: Nothing occurred during the next three or four days…

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He made no reply; his complexion changed…

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Volume II, Chapter 7: Before the housemaid had lit their fire...

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Mrs Jennings laughed again, but Elinor had not spirits to say more…

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In her earnest meditations on the contents of the letter…

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Elinor said no more

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That such letters, so full of affection and confidence…

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Again they were both silent

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Volume II, Chapter 8: Mrs Jennings came immediately...

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‘Poor soul!’ cried Mrs Jennings...

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‘It would be unnecessary I am sure...’

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In the drawing room whither she then repaired...

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‘You mean,’ answered Elinor, with forced calmness…

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Volume II, Chapter 9: From a night of more sleep than she had expected...

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Mrs Jennings left them earlier than usual...

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‘You have probably entirely forgotten a conversation…’

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He could say no more...

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Again he stopped to recover himself; and Elinor spoke her feelings…

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‘Good heavens!’ cried Elinor

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Elinor’s thanks followed this speech with grateful earnestness…

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Volume II, Chapter 10: When the particulars of this conversation were repeated…

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Marianne had promised to be guided by her mother’s opinion…

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The calm and polite unconcern of Lady Middleton...

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Early in February...

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Volume II, Chapter 11: After some opposition Marianne yielded…

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Their affection and pleasure in meeting was just enough…

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After staying with them half an hour…

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He paused for her assent and compassion...

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‘Why to be sure,’ said he, seeming to recollect himself…

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Volume II, Chapter 12: Mrs John Dashwood had so much confidence...

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Their claims to the notice of Mrs John Dashwood...

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Lucy was all exultation on being so honourably distinguished…

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The Colonel, though disclaiming all pretensions...

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Volume II, Chapter 13: Elinor’s curiosity to see Mrs Ferrars was satisfied…

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Elinor was prevented from making any reply...

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This remark was not calculated...

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Volume II, Chapter 14: Within a few days after this meeting...

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I come now to the relation of a misfortune...

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The events of this evening were not very remarkable…

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‘You reside in Devonshire, I think,’

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As John Dashwood had no more pleasure in music…

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Volume III, Chapter 1: Mrs Palmer was so well...

2:21
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‘That is exactly what I said, my dear.’

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Here Mrs Jennings ceased...

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Her first communication had reached no farther…

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‘I understand you.’

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The next morning brought a farther trial of it…

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Here Marianne, in an ecstasy of indignation clapped her hands…

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‘Poor young man!’

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Volume III, Chapter 2: Mrs Jennings was very warm in her praise...

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It was lucky, however, for Mrs Jenning's curiosity…

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‘I do not understand what you mean by interrupting them,’

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The next morning brought Elinor a letter...

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Volume III, Chapter 3: The Miss Dashwoods had now been…

3:46
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Perhaps Mrs Jennings was in hopes...

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Elinor’s astonishment at this commission...

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Volume III, Chapter 4: ‘Well Miss Dashwood,' said Mrs Jennings...

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How she should begin, how she should express herself...

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‘Yes,’ continued Elinor, gathering more resolution…

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When Mrs Jennings came home...

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Volume III, Chapter 5: Edward, having carried his thanks to Colonel Brandon…

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Elinor contradicted it, however, very positively…

5:24
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Elinor had heard enough, if not to gratify her vanity…

6:12
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Volume III, Chapter 6: One other short call in Harley Street...

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Marianne entered the house with her heart swelling…

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The two gentlemen arrived the next day...

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Volume III, Chapter 7: Marianne got up the next morning at her usual time…

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Two days passed away...

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The comfort of such a friend at that moment…

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Mr. Harris was punctual in his second visit…

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Elinor could not be cheerful. Her joy was of a different kind…

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Volume III, Chapter 8: Elinor, starting back with a look of horror…

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The steadiness of his manner and the intelligence of his eye…

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‘You did then,’ said Elinor, a little softened…

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‘Your indifference, however, towards that unfortunate girl...’

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They were both silent for a few moments

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‘Even so. You would be surprised to hear…’

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‘Your wife!’

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‘Last night, in Drury Lane lobby...’

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Volume III, Chapter 9: Elinor, for some time after he left her...

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As soon as Mrs Dashwood had recovered herself...

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‘At last we are alone.’

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‘Oh! my love, I could not then talk of hope to him...’

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Volume III, Chapter 10: Marianne's illness though weakening in its kind…

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As they approached Barton...

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Marianne had been two or three days at home...

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‘Do you compare your conduct with his?’

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Here ceased the rapid flow of her self-reproving spirit…

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Volume III, Chapter 11: Mrs Dashwood did not hear unmoved...

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Marianne’s lips quivered...

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Their man-servant had been sent one morning to Exeter…

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Mrs Dashwood now looked at her daughter; but Elinor knew better…

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Volume III, Chapter 12: Elinor now found the difference…

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His countenance as he entered the room, was not too happy…

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Volume III, Chapter 13: Unaccountable, however, as the circumstances…

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The change which a few hours had wrought…

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How long it had been carrying on between them...

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That Lucy had certainly meant to deceive...

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Edward heard with pleasure...

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The letters from town...

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Volume III, Chapter 14: After a proper resistance on the part of Mrs Ferrars…

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They were visited on their first settling...

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What Edward had done to forfeit the right of eldest son…

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Hide 179 tracks for Sense and Sensibility

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Sense and Sensibility

12:41:43
$227.50

Volume I, Chapter 1: The family of Dashwood had long been settled in Sussex

3:40
$1.25

Mr Dashwood’s disappointment...

2:32
$1.25

No sooner was his father’s funeral over...

3:33
$1.25
Show 179 remaining tracks for Sense and Sensibility

Volume I, Chapter 2: Mrs John Dashwood now installed herself mistress…

3:56
$1.25

‘I would not wish to do anything mean...’

4:09
$1.25

‘To be sure it will...’

3:24
$1.25

Volume I, Chapter 3: Mrs Dashwood remained at Norland several months...

4:28
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Edward had been staying several weeks in the house…

5:06
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Volume I, Chapter 4: ‘What a pity it is Elinor,’ said Marianne

4:13
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Elinor started at this declaration...

4:12
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But whatever might really be its limits it was enough…

3:32
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Volume I, Chapter 5: No sooner was her answer dispatched…

6:20
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Volume I, Chapter 6: The first part of their journey...

3:40
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In the mean time, till all these alterations could be made…

4:03
$1.25

Volume I, Chapter 7: Barton Park was about half a mile from the cottage…

4:12
$1.25

Mrs Jennings, Lady Middleton’s mother...

3:32
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Volume I, Chapter 8: Mrs Jennings was a widow with an ample jointure

3:23
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‘Mama, you are not doing me justice.’

4:09
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Volume I, Chapter 9: The Dashwoods were now settled at Barton...

3:44
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A gentleman, carrying a gun…

3:12
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Sir John called on them...

4:12
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Volume I, Chapter 10: Marianne’s preserver...

4:38
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Willoughby, on his side gave every proof of his pleasure…

4:11
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Perhaps she pitied and esteemed him more...

4:03
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Volume I, Chapter 11: Little had Mrs Dashwood or her daughters imagined…

4:47
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In Colonel Brandon alone...

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Volume I, Chapter 12: As Elinor and Marianne were walking together…

4:33
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Margaret related something to her the next day...

5:38
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Volume I, Chapter 13: Their intended excursion to Whitwell...

4:07
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‘There’s no persuading you to change your mind Brandon...’

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It was settled that there should be a dance in the evening…

4:50
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Volume I, Chapter 14: The sudden termination of Colonel Brandon’s visit…

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One evening in particular…

4:52
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Volume I, Chapter 15: Mrs Dashwood’s visit to Lady Middleton...

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Mrs Dashwood felt too much for speech...

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‘Then you would have told me...’

4:20
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‘A mighty concession indeed!’

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Volume I, Chapter 16: Marianne would have thought herself very inexcusable

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It was several days before Willoughby's name was mentioned…

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He was the only person in the world...

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Volume I, Chapter 17: Mrs Dashwood was surprised only for a moment…

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Elinor smiled again...

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‘I have frequently detected myself in such kind of mistakes...’

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Volume I, Chapter 18: Elinor saw with great uneasiness the low spirits…

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The subject was continued no farther…

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Volume I, Chapter 19: Edward remained a week at the cottage…

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‘I think Edward,’ said Mrs Dashwood...

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Elinor sat down to her drawing-table...

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Mrs Palmer was several years younger than Lady Middleton…

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‘Here comes Marianne,’ cried Sir John...

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Volume I, Chapter 20: As the Miss Dashwoods entered the drawing-room…

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Charlotte laughted heartily...

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Elinor was again obliged to decline her invitation…

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Volume I, Chapter 21: The Palmers returned to Cleveland...

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When their promised visit to the park...

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‘Poor little creatures!’ said Miss Steele…

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This specimen of the Miss Steeles was enough…

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Volume I, Chapter 22: Marianne, who had never much toleration...

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What felt Elinor at that moment?

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She was silent

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Here she took out her handkerchief...

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Volume II, Chapter 1: However small Elinor’s general dependence…

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As these considerations occurred to her....

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But it was not immediately that an opportunity of doing so…

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Lucy directly drew her work table near her…

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Volume II, Chapter 2: In a firm, though cautious tone...

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‘But what,’ said she after a short silence...

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They were again silent for many minutes...

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Volume II, Chapter 3: Though Mrs Jennings was in the habit…

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Mrs Jennings repeated her assurance...

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Elinor could not help smiling at this display of indifference…

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Volume II, Chapter 4: Elinor could not find herself in the carriage…

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As dinner was not to be ready in less than two hours…

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This, and the manner in which it was said…

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After an hour or two…

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Volume II, Chapter 5: ‘If this open weather holds much longer...’

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About a week after their arrival...

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Elinor found, when the evening was over...

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Her letter was scarcely finished when a rap foretold a visitor…

5:11
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Volume II, Chapter 6: Nothing occurred during the next three or four days…

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He made no reply; his complexion changed…

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Volume II, Chapter 7: Before the housemaid had lit their fire...

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Mrs Jennings laughed again, but Elinor had not spirits to say more…

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In her earnest meditations on the contents of the letter…

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Elinor said no more

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That such letters, so full of affection and confidence…

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Again they were both silent

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Volume II, Chapter 8: Mrs Jennings came immediately...

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‘Poor soul!’ cried Mrs Jennings...

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‘It would be unnecessary I am sure...’

4:59
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In the drawing room whither she then repaired...

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‘You mean,’ answered Elinor, with forced calmness…

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Volume II, Chapter 9: From a night of more sleep than she had expected...

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Mrs Jennings left them earlier than usual...

4:11
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‘You have probably entirely forgotten a conversation…’

4:35
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He could say no more...

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Again he stopped to recover himself; and Elinor spoke her feelings…

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‘Good heavens!’ cried Elinor

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Elinor’s thanks followed this speech with grateful earnestness…

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Volume II, Chapter 10: When the particulars of this conversation were repeated…

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Marianne had promised to be guided by her mother’s opinion…

3:02
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The calm and polite unconcern of Lady Middleton...

3:05
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Early in February...

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Volume II, Chapter 11: After some opposition Marianne yielded…

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Their affection and pleasure in meeting was just enough…

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After staying with them half an hour…

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He paused for her assent and compassion...

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‘Why to be sure,’ said he, seeming to recollect himself…

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Volume II, Chapter 12: Mrs John Dashwood had so much confidence...

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Their claims to the notice of Mrs John Dashwood...

4:24
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Lucy was all exultation on being so honourably distinguished…

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The Colonel, though disclaiming all pretensions...

4:50
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Volume II, Chapter 13: Elinor’s curiosity to see Mrs Ferrars was satisfied…

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Elinor was prevented from making any reply...

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This remark was not calculated...

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Volume II, Chapter 14: Within a few days after this meeting...

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I come now to the relation of a misfortune...

3:43
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The events of this evening were not very remarkable…

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‘You reside in Devonshire, I think,’

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As John Dashwood had no more pleasure in music…

4:52
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Volume III, Chapter 1: Mrs Palmer was so well...

2:21
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‘That is exactly what I said, my dear.’

4:34
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Here Mrs Jennings ceased...

3:55
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Her first communication had reached no farther…

3:53
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‘I understand you.’

3:54
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The next morning brought a farther trial of it…

3:52
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Here Marianne, in an ecstasy of indignation clapped her hands…

3:02
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‘Poor young man!’

3:08
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Volume III, Chapter 2: Mrs Jennings was very warm in her praise...

3:39
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It was lucky, however, for Mrs Jenning's curiosity…

5:43
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‘I do not understand what you mean by interrupting them,’

5:55
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The next morning brought Elinor a letter...

3:32
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Volume III, Chapter 3: The Miss Dashwoods had now been…

3:46
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Perhaps Mrs Jennings was in hopes...

4:42
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Elinor’s astonishment at this commission...

3:52
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Volume III, Chapter 4: ‘Well Miss Dashwood,' said Mrs Jennings...

5:04
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How she should begin, how she should express herself...

3:57
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‘Yes,’ continued Elinor, gathering more resolution…

4:15
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When Mrs Jennings came home...

3:16
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Volume III, Chapter 5: Edward, having carried his thanks to Colonel Brandon…

4:54
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Elinor contradicted it, however, very positively…

5:24
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Elinor had heard enough, if not to gratify her vanity…

6:12
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Volume III, Chapter 6: One other short call in Harley Street...

3:26
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Marianne entered the house with her heart swelling…

3:30
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The two gentlemen arrived the next day...

4:00
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Volume III, Chapter 7: Marianne got up the next morning at her usual time…

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Two days passed away...

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The comfort of such a friend at that moment…

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Mr. Harris was punctual in his second visit…

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Elinor could not be cheerful. Her joy was of a different kind…

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Volume III, Chapter 8: Elinor, starting back with a look of horror…

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The steadiness of his manner and the intelligence of his eye…

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‘You did then,’ said Elinor, a little softened…

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‘Your indifference, however, towards that unfortunate girl...’

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They were both silent for a few moments

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‘Even so. You would be surprised to hear…’

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‘Your wife!’

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‘Last night, in Drury Lane lobby...’

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Volume III, Chapter 9: Elinor, for some time after he left her...

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As soon as Mrs Dashwood had recovered herself...

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‘At last we are alone.’

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‘Oh! my love, I could not then talk of hope to him...’

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Volume III, Chapter 10: Marianne's illness though weakening in its kind…

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As they approached Barton...

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Marianne had been two or three days at home...

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‘Do you compare your conduct with his?’

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Here ceased the rapid flow of her self-reproving spirit…

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Volume III, Chapter 11: Mrs Dashwood did not hear unmoved...

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Marianne’s lips quivered...

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Their man-servant had been sent one morning to Exeter…

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Mrs Dashwood now looked at her daughter; but Elinor knew better…

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Volume III, Chapter 12: Elinor now found the difference…

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His countenance as he entered the room, was not too happy…

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Volume III, Chapter 13: Unaccountable, however, as the circumstances…

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The change which a few hours had wrought…

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How long it had been carrying on between them...

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That Lucy had certainly meant to deceive...

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Edward heard with pleasure...

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The letters from town...

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Volume III, Chapter 14: After a proper resistance on the part of Mrs Ferrars…

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They were visited on their first settling...

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What Edward had done to forfeit the right of eldest son…

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