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Tragedy, Religion

"she had learnt that the serpent hisses where the swet birds sing, and her views of life had been totally changed for her by the lesson."

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Bad Alec

"I suppose I am a bad fellow - a damn bad fellow. I was born bad, and I have lived bad, and I shall die bad in all probability."

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Pastoral and humans

"Sad October and her sadder self seemed the only two existences haunting that lane."

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Not educated- rural

"Why didn't you tell me there was danger in men-folk?... Ladies know what to fend hands against, because they read novels that tell them of these tricks; but I never had the chancr o' learning in that way"

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"Walking among the sleeping birds in the hedges, watching the skipping rabbits on a moonlight warren, or standing under a pheasant-laden bough, she looked upon herself as a figure of Guilt intruding into the haunts of Innocence."

While pregnant

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"A fieldman is a personality afield; a fieldwoman is a portion of the field; she has somehow lost her own margin, imbibed the essence of her surrounding, and assimilated herself within it."

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