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Page 6 - My dear, when you are as old as I am, you will find that things are very real, that there is no time for putting off—and—I cannot stand a fuss—Frederick, I want you to run away with me.
Page 275 - I argued to myself, the next morning, as I sat on the edge of my bed dressing, and looking at the sketch-book, which lay open on the table by me.
Page 185 - The paper dropped from my trembling hands, my limbs shook under me, my tongue clove to the roof of my mouth, I was speechless and motionless.