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1  Sissy resumed in a lower voice.
Hard Times By Charles Dickens
Get Context   In BOOK 1: CHAPTER IX
2  Sissy, my good girl, leave us alone a minute.
Hard Times By Charles Dickens
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3  I have often sat with Sissy near me, and thought about it.
Hard Times By Charles Dickens
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4  Only a few feeble stragglers said Yes: among them Sissy Jupe.
Hard Times By Charles Dickens
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5  Sissy sat all the time upon the ground, still sobbing, and covering her eyes.
Hard Times By Charles Dickens
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6  Since the time of her leaving home, Sissy had lived with the rest of the family on equal terms.
Hard Times By Charles Dickens
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7  The boy stopped in his rapid blinking, knuckled his forehead again, glanced at Sissy, turned about, and retreated.
Hard Times By Charles Dickens
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8  Sissy, who all this time had been faintly excusing herself with tears in her eyes, was now waved over by the master of the house to Mr. Gradgrind.
Hard Times By Charles Dickens
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9  Accordingly, they went down to the drawing-room, where the esteemed lady with no nonsense about her, was recumbent as usual, while Sissy worked beside her.
Hard Times By Charles Dickens
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10  They heard the doors of rooms above, opening and shutting as Sissy went from one to another in quest of her father; and presently they heard voices expressing surprise.
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11  He really liked Sissy too well to have a contempt for her; otherwise he held her calculating powers in such very slight estimation that he must have fallen upon that conclusion.
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12  When Mr. Gradgrind had presented Mrs. Bounderby, Sissy had suddenly turned her head, and looked, in wonder, in pity, in sorrow, in doubt, in a multitude of emotions, towards Louisa.
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13  The same great manufacturer, always with an immense variety of work on hand, in every stage of development, passed Sissy onward in his mill, and worked her up into a very pretty article indeed.
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14  Young Thomas and Sissy being both at such a stage of their working up, these changes were effected in a year or two; while Mr. Gradgrind himself seemed stationary in his course, and underwent no alteration.
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15  The square finger, moving here and there, lighted suddenly on Bitzer, perhaps because he chanced to sit in the same ray of sunlight which, darting in at one of the bare windows of the intensely white-washed room, irradiated Sissy.
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16  Opening his arms wide he took her by both her hands, and would have sprung her up and down, after the riding-master manner of congratulating young ladies on their dismounting from a rapid act; but there was no rebound in Sissy, and she only stood before him crying.
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17  For, the boys and girls sat on the face of the inclined plane in two compact bodies, divided up the centre by a narrow interval; and Sissy, being at the corner of a row on the sunny side, came in for the beginning of a sunbeam, of which Bitzer, being at the corner of a row on the other side, a few rows in advance, caught the end.
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