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1  God raises my weakness and gives me courage to endure the worst.
Frankenstein By Mary Shelley
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2  She looked steadily on life and assumed its duties with courage and zeal.
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3  There is something terribly appalling in our situation, yet my courage and hopes do not desert me.
Frankenstein By Mary Shelley
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4  The next morning, at daybreak, I summoned sufficient courage and unlocked the door of my laboratory.
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5  With new courage, therefore, I pressed on, and in two days arrived at a wretched hamlet on the seashore.
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6  This circumstance, added to his well-known integrity and dauntless courage, made me very desirous to engage him.
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7  But Caroline Beaufort possessed a mind of an uncommon mould, and her courage rose to support her in her adversity.
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8  Day after day, week after week, passed away on my return to Geneva; and I could not collect the courage to recommence my work.
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9  I have no one near me, gentle yet courageous, possessed of a cultivated as well as of a capacious mind, whose tastes are like my own, to approve or amend my plans.
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10  I have hired a vessel and am occupied in collecting my sailors; those whom I have already engaged appear to be men on whom I can depend and are certainly possessed of dauntless courage.
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11  She was tranquil, yet her tranquillity was evidently constrained; and as her confusion had before been adduced as a proof of her guilt, she worked up her mind to an appearance of courage.
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12  My lieutenant, for instance, is a man of wonderful courage and enterprise; he is madly desirous of glory, or rather, to word my phrase more characteristically, of advancement in his profession.
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13  I spoke; I told them to retire and consider of what had been said, that I would not lead them farther north if they strenuously desired the contrary, but that I hoped that, with reflection, their courage would return.
Frankenstein By Mary Shelley
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14  My father observed with pain the alteration perceptible in my disposition and habits and endeavoured by arguments deduced from the feelings of his serene conscience and guiltless life to inspire me with fortitude and awaken in me the courage to dispel the dark cloud which brooded over me.
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15  My courage and perseverance were invigorated by these scoffing words; I resolved not to fail in my purpose, and calling on heaven to support me, I continued with unabated fervour to traverse immense deserts, until the ocean appeared at a distance and formed the utmost boundary of the horizon.
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16  But you are distant from me, and it is possible that you may dread and yet be pleased with this explanation; and in a probability of this being the case, I dare not any longer postpone writing what, during your absence, I have often wished to express to you but have never had the courage to begin.
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17  And now, behold, with the first imagination of danger, or, if you will, the first mighty and terrific trial of your courage, you shrink away and are content to be handed down as men who had not strength enough to endure cold and peril; and so, poor souls, they were chilly and returned to their warm firesides.
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