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Mauprat - Ch. 11 - George Sand

... ! I give little heed to the world; I have no love for it. I neither fear nor despise public opinion; it will never enter into my life. I am not very sure what principle of virtue would be strong enough to prevent me from ...

Mauprat - Ch. 26 - George Sand

... , oppose this judgment as iniquitous in substance and illegal in form. I demand that it be revised, so that I may give my evidence, which is necessary, may be of sovereign importance, and should have been waited for." "If you had anything ...

Mauprat - Ch. 27 - George Sand

... arrest. It was just then that the police, who had been on my track for some time to force me to come and give evidence, collared me. In vain did I point to the monk as Edmee's murderer; they would not ...

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Mauprat - Ch. 13 - George Sand

... motherly attentions she had lavished on me during my illness?did not all these things give me, if not some right, at least some reason to hope? It is true that her friendship would become icy as soon as my ...

Mauprat - Ch. 17 - George Sand

... seems incredible, therefore, that I should have felt paralyzed by such childish fear. But it would be idle for me to deny it, nor have I ever yet been able to find an explanation; I was riveted to the ground ...

Mauprat - Ch. 8 - George Sand

... the dignity of a man. At the same time they filled me with a sort of brute jealousy; for it did not occur to my mind that a man so splendidly dressed could be my uncle. Edmee was speaking to him in a low ...

Mauprat - Ch. 29 - George Sand

... many times as you like, abbe,' she answered, with a firmness in which there were signs of annoyance and confusion, 'it is all the same to me. On this point I have lectured myself more than you have lectured all your flocks ...

Mauprat - Ch. 25 - George Sand

... fulfilled; that sufficient light had not been thrown on certain points in the case; that it would be showing too much haste to give a verdict when several circumstances were still wrapped in mystery. He demanded that the doctors should ...

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Mauprat - Ch. 20 - George Sand

... . He went into the town the following day, carrying from me a special message to the Trappist that I would throw him out of the window if he ever took it into his head to appear at Sainte-Severe again. At the ...

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