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Sense and Sensibility - Page 533
by Jane Austen - 2008 - 364 pages
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Sense and Sensibility: A Novel

Jane Austen - 1833 - 331 pages
...their real friends ; their intimate knowledge of each other seemed to make their happiness certain, and they only wanted something to live upon. Edward had...it was impossible that Mrs. Dashwood should advance any thing ; and they were neither of them quite enough in love to think that three hundred and fifty...
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Sense and Sensibility: a Novel

Jane Austen - 1833 - 331 pages
...their real friends; their intimate knowledge of each other seemed to make their happiness certain, and they only wanted something to live upon. Edward had...it was impossible that Mrs. Dashwood should advance any thing; and they were neither of them quite enough in love to think that three hundred and fifty...
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Sense and Sensibility and Persuasion ...

Jane Austen, Nancy Hale - 1864 - 522 pages
...their real friends ; their intimate knowledge of each other seemed to make their happiness certain, and they only wanted something to live upon. Edward had...love to think that three hundred and fifty pounds a year would supply them with the comforts of life. . Edward was not entirely without hopes of some...
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Sense and Sensibility

Jane Austen - 1864 - 340 pages
...from Colonel Brandon , and heard it with so much attention, as to be entirely mistress of the subject. was all that they could call their own ; for it was impossible that Mrs. Dashwood should advance any thing; and they were neither of them quite enough in love to think that three hundred and fifty...
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Sense & Sensibility

Jane Austen - English literature - 1882
...their real friends; their intimate knowledge of each other seemed to make their happiness certain, and they only wanted something to live upon. Edward had...it was impossible that Mrs. Dashwood should advance any thing; and they were neither of them quite enough in love to think that three hundred and fifty...
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The Novels of Jane Austen: Sense and sensibility

Jane Austen - English fiction - 1892
...Now he felt astonished himself that he had never yet been to the place. But so little interest had he taken in the matter, that he owed all his knowledge...love to think that three hundred and fifty pounds a year would supply them with the comforts of life. Edward was not entirely without hopes of some favourable...
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Pride and Prejudice, Volume 1

Jane Austen - 1905 - 292 pages
...Now he felt astonished himself that he had never yet been to the place. But so little interest had he taken in the matter, that he owed all his knowledge...love to think that three hundred and fifty pounds a year would supply them with the comforts of life. Edward was not entirely without hopes of some favourable...
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The Novels of Jane Austen: Sense and sensibility

Jane Austen - 1892
...real friends ; their intimate knowledge of each other seemed to make their happiness certain and they only wanted something to live upon. Edward had...love to think that three hundred and fifty pounds a year would supply them with the comforts of life. Edward was not entirely without hopes of some favourable...
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Sense and Sensibility, Volume 2

Jane Austen - 1899
...their real friends; their intimate knowledge of each other seemed to make their happiness certain, and they only wanted something to live upon. Edward had...love to think that three hundred and fifty pounds a year would supply them with the comforts of life. Edward was not entirely without hopes of some favorable...
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Sense and Sensibility ; Emma ; and Persuasion

Jane Austen - 1903
...their real friends ; their intimate knowledge of each other seemed to make their happiness certain, and they only wanted something to live upon. Edward had...love to think that three hundred and fifty pounds a year would supply them with the comforts of life. Edward was not entirely without hopes of some favourable...
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