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Pamela

'superior those of all thy sex'

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Pamela

'I am sure my Master would not demean himself so.'

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Pamela

'You have taught me to forget myself.'

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Pamela

'her character worthy of the imitation of her sex, from low to high life.'

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Frankenstein

'I bore a hell within me.'

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Frankenstein

'workshop of filthy creation.'

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Frankenstein

'attacked by the fatal passion.'

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Frankenstein

'I was tempted to plunge into the silent lake.'

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Frankenstein

'I ought to be thy Adam.'

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Frankenstein

'my form is a filthy type of yours.'

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Frankenstein

'Satan as a fitter emblem of my condition.'

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Caleb Williams

'who could be the author of this sort of indulgence and attention.'

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Caleb Williams

'The pain of the fetter was intolerable.'

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Caleb Williams

'During the night my dungeon was in a state of complete darkness.'

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Caleb Williams

'There was not the slightest reason for detaining me in custody.'

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Caleb Williams

'I had my eye upon you in all your wanderings' - Falkland 

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The Castle of Otranto

'Satan himself I believe is in the great chamber next to the gallery'

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The Castle of Otranto

'Savage, inhuman monster!' - Theodore to Manfred

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Roxana

'I fell into a dreadful course of calamities'

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Roxana

'I lived a life of absolute liberty now, as free as I was born'

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Roxana

'I was yet a whore, and was not adverse to adding to my estate at the further expense of my virtue.'

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Roxana

'I called myself a thousand fools'

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Roxana

'I am guilty of my own sin, and thine too.'

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Roxana

'prostituted my chastity'

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Roxana

'I percieved his head all bloody'

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Roxana

'I might've lived higher if I pleased.'

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Roxana

'A woman ought to die, than to prostitute her virtue and honour.'

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Oliver Twist

'nearly blinded with the blood that rained down from a deep gash in her forehead.'

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The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified

'My mothers son you may be- but not a Cowlan!' George to Wringham

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The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified

'So! Thou shudderest at my approach now, dost thou?' Gil-Martin to Wringham

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The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified

'He was the same being as myself!'

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The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified

'unable to resist any longer, I pledged myself to my devoted friend.'

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The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified

'We are all subjected to two distinct natures in the same person'

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Oliver Twist

'once fill his mind with the idea that he has been a thief, and he's ours,- ours for life!'

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Oliver Twist

'If he could've known he were an orphan, left to the tender mercies of the churchwardens and overseers, perhaps he would've cried louder.'

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Oliver Twist

'the parish authorities [...] resolved that Oliver should be 'farmed.''

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Oliver Twist

'What right have they to butcher me?' -Fagin

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Caleb Williams

'every man is fated to be more or less the tyrant or the slave'

 

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