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‘Women kneel so gracefully, men don’t’
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‘Louisa my dear, you are the subject of a proposal of marriage that has been made to me.’
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‘My little lark’
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‘Four grey walls, and four grey towers’
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‘We don’t see as much as we should of the lower and middle classes’
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‘Your English society to me seems shallow, selfish and foolish’
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‘The house in Brussels was real high class: a much better place for a women to be in than a factory.’
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‘I am the servant of circumstances’
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‘Not that a ditch was new to me, I was born in a ditch’
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‘But the young young children, o my brothers’
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‘Interminable serpents of smoke’
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‘One of them worked in a white lead factory twelve hours a day for nine shillings a week until she died of lead poisoning.
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‘A time to sicken and to swoon when science releases forth her arms’
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‘Hands’
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‘Steam-engine worked monotonously up and down’
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‘All day, we drive the wheels of iron. In the factories round and round’
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'The masters of science sought immortality and power'
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‘Seventy times did I console with my soul.’
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‘Oh! Nelly, the room is haunted!’
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‘She struck herself with both hands upon her bosom’
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‘Fact, fact, fact.’
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‘We know no other words except ‘Our Father’’
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‘Do you hear the children weeping, o my brothers’
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‘Kiss the Puritan
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‘Only God, who makes us rich, will make us poor.’
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‘I hope to see my Pilot face to face.’
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‘O merciful God, have pity’
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‘Like the head of an elephant in a state of melancholy madness’
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‘They threw in Drummer Hodge, to rest uncoffined - just as found’
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‘his Wessex home’ and ‘Strange stars amid the gloam.’
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‘The youth of America is their oldest tradition’
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Hard Times, Charles Dickens
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Drummer Hodge, Thomas Hardy
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Drummer Hodge, Thomas Hardy
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A Woman of No Importance, Oscar Wilde
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Sonnet 24 from the Portuguese, Elizabeth Barrett Browning
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Crossing the Bar, Lord Alfred Tennyson
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Tess of the D’Ubervilles, Thomas Hardy
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The Cry of The Children, Elizabeth Barrett Browning
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The Cry of The Children, Elizabeth Barrett Browning
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A Woman of No Importance, Oscar Wilde
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Hard Times, Charles Dickens
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Hard Times, Charles Dickens
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Wuthering Heights, Emily Brontë
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Wuthering Heights, Emily Brontë
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Hard Times, Charles Dickens
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Hard Times, Charles Dickens
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Hard Times, Charles Dickens
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In Memoriam, Lord Alfred Tennyosn
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Cry of the Children, Elizabeth Barrett Browning
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Frankenstein, Mary Shelley
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Cry of the Children, Elizabeth Barrett Browning
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Hard Times, Charles Dickens
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Hard Times, Charles Dickens
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Mrs Warren’s Profession, George Bernard Shaw
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A Woman of No Importance, Oscar Wilde
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A Woman of No Importance, Oscar Wilde
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The Lady of Shalott, Lord Alfred Tennyson
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A Doll’s House, Henrik Ibsen
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Hard Times, Charles Dickens
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A Woman of No Importance, Oscar Wilde
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