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" It ought to be so ; it must be so, while he retains the use of his reason. But your arts and allurements may, in a moment of infatuation, have made him forget what he owes to himself and to all his family. You may have drawn him in." "If I have, I shall... "
Pride and Prejudice - Page 364
by Jane Austen - 1918 - 401 pages
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Jane Austen and her works, by Sarah Tytler

Henrietta Keddie - 1880
...made the young man, in a moment of infatuation, forget what is due to himself and his family. She may have drawn him in. " If I have, I shall be the last person to confess it," Elizabeth answers. Lady Catherine brings forward another imperative reason why such a proceeding can...
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Pride and prejudice. Routledge's ed

Jane Austen - 1883
...moment of infatuation, have made him forget what he owes to himself and to all his family. You may have drawn him in." " If I have, I shall be the last..."But you are not entitled to know mine; nor will such behaviour as this ever induce me to be explicit." " Only this : that if he is so, you can have no reason...
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Chapters from Jane Austen

Jane Austen - 1888 - 366 pages
...You may have drawn him in.' ' If I have, 1 shall be the last person to confess it.' ' Miss Rennet, do you know who I am? I have not been accustomed to...entitled to know all his dearest concerns.' ' But }'ou are not entitled to know mine / nor will such behavior as this ever induce me to be explicit.'...
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Chapters from Jane Austen

Jane Austen - 1889 - 366 pages
...moment of infatuation, have made him forget what he owes to himself and to all his family. You may have drawn him in.' ' If I have, I shall be the last person to confess it.' ' Miss Bennct, do you know who I am ? I have not been accustomed to such language as this. I am almost the...
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The Novels of Jane Austen: Pride and prejudice

Jane Austen - English fiction - 1892
...moment of infatuation, have made him forget what he owes to himself and to all his family. You may have drawn him in." " If I have, I shall be the last...But you are not entitled to know mine; nor will such behaviour as this ever induce me to be explicit." " Let me be rightly understood. This match, to which...
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The Novels of Jane Austen ...

Jane Austen - 1895
...moment of infatuation, have made him forget what he owes to himself and to all his family. You may have drawn him in." " If I have, I shall be the last...nearest relation he has in the world, and am entitled t" know all his H'33™""' <-nn<-pmg " " But you are not entitled tc^ know mine; nor will such behaviour...
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Duologues and Scenes from the Novels of Jane Austen

Jane Austen, Rosina Filippi - 1895 - 139 pages
...made him forget what he owes to himself and to all his family. You may have drawn him in. Elizabeth. If I have, I shall be the last person to confess it. Lady C. Miss Bennet, do you know who I am ? I have not been accustomed to such language as this. I...
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the universal anthology

richard garnett - 1899
...moment of infatuation, have made him forget what he owes to himself and to all his family. You may have drawn him in." " If I have, I shall be the last...and am entitled to know all his dearest concerns." " Let me be rightly understood. This match, to which you have the presumption to aspire, can never...
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Heroines of fiction, Volume 1

William Dean Howells - Fiction - 1901
...moment of infatuation, have made him forget what he owes to himself and to all his family. You may have drawn him in.' 'If I have, I shall be the last...have not been accustomed to such language as this. . . . This match, to which you have the presumption to aspire, can never take place. . . . Because...
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Pride and Prejudice ; Mansfield Park ; and Northanger Abbey

Jane Austen - 1906 - 993 pages
...moment of infatuation, have made him forget what he owes to himself and to all his family. You may have drawn him in." " If I have, I shall be the last...you are not entitled to know mine ; nor will such behaviour as this ever induce me to be explicit." " Let me be rightly understood. This match, to which...
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