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Frankenstein
""ppor, good Justine, is innocent" - Victor
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Frankenstein
"God raises my weakness and gives me courage" - Justine
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Frankenstein
"Justine and William, the first hapless victims of mu unhallowed arts" - Victor
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Frankenstein
"God knows" she said "how entirely innocent I am" - Justine
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Frankensein
"this best of women" - Victor on his mother
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Frankenstein
"the first misfortune of my life occured - an omen, as it were, of my future misery"- Victor
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Frankestein
"Elizabeth shone like a shrine dedicated lamp in our home" - Victor on Elizabeth
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Frankenstein
"scince till death she was to be mine only" - Victor on Elizabeth
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Frankenstein
"mine to protect, love and cherish" - Victor on Elizabeth
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Frankenstein
"she fainted and was restored with great difficulty" - Elizabeth
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Wuthering Heights
"wicked slip of a thing" - Cathy
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Wuthering Heights
"It would degrade me to marry Heathcliffe" - Cathy"
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Wuthering Heights
"showed her humour by grinning and spitting at the stupid little thing" - Cathy
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Wuthering Heights
"she is so immeasurably superior to them - to everybody on earth"
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The Werewolf
"now the child lived in her grandmothers house; she prospered"
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The Werewolf
"go and visit grandmother"
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The Werewolf
"here, take your father's hunting knife, you know how to use it"
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The Company of Wolves
"she knew she was nobody's meat"
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The Comapny of Wolves
"sweet and sound she sleeps, between the paws of the tender wolf"
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The Company of Wolves
"she has her knife, and she is afraid of nothing
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Wolf-Alice
"brought into being by her soft, gentle tongue"
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Wolf-Alice
"first she was fearful, then she was pitiful"
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Wolf-Alice
"ragged girl"
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Wolf-Alice
"she grew up with wild beasts"
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The Erl King
"I lie at the mercy of his huge hands"
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The Erl King
"I will strangle him"
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The Erl King
"The Erl King will do you grievous harm"
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The Erl King
"skin the rabbit"
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The LOTHOL
"her beauty is a symptom of her disorder"
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The LOTHOL
"the countess wants fresh meat"
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The LOTHOL
"so delicate and damned"
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The LOTHOL
"now she is a woman, she must have men"
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Snow Child
"the girl began to melt"
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Snow Child
"she was the child of his desire, and the countess hated her"
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Snow Child
"she thought the girl would drown...how shall I be rid of her?"
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The Bloody Chamber
"my eagle featured, indomitable mother"
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The Bloody Chamber
"my little nun" "baby"
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The Bloody Chamber
inspecting cuts on a slab"
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The Bloody Chamber
"my dear little one, my love, my child"
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"God raises my weakness and gives me courage" - Justine

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"Justine and William, the first hapless victims of mu unhallowed arts" - Victor

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"God knows" she said "how entirely innocent I am" - Justine

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"this best of women" - Victor on his mother

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