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But listen to her as she thinks aloud: "It will do very well, never mind," repeated
Petito, muttering to herself as she looked after the ladies whilst they ran
downstairs. "I can't abide to dress any young lady who says never mind, and it
will do very ...
:-i autobiographical fragment written just before Copperfield, of "a_ deep sengg of
•>^"^"nment." He was so affected by the experience that he never even spoke of it
to his children; they discovered it for the first time from Forster's life of him.
"I was never satisfied with a little of anything," she tells Philip Wakem. "That is
why it is better for me to do without earthly happiness altogether ... I never felt that
I had enough music — I wanted more instruments playing together — I wanted ...
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THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
THE FIRST GENERA
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