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1  Well, it is for my convenience as well as my happiness.
Tess of the d'Urbervilles By Thomas Hardy
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2  O yes; if it is for your happiness and worldly convenience.
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3  I be real sorry that you are not happy; but 'tis because he's away, I know.'
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4  Silence seemed, on the face of it, best for her adored one's happiness: silence it should be.
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5  Tess had never in her recent life been so happy as she was now, possibly never would be so happy again.
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6  Tess's sense of her striking appearance had given her a flush of excitement, which was yet not happiness.
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7  He held that education had as yet but little affected the beats of emotion and impulse on which domestic happiness depends.
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8  Yet even now Tess felt the pulse of hopeful life still warm within her; she might be happy in some nook which had no memories.
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9  Tess paid the penalty of walking about with happiness superadded to beauty on her countenance by being much stared at as she moved amid them on his arm.
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10  To discover him at Rolliver's, to sit there for an hour or two by his side and dismiss all thought and care of the children during the interval, made her happy.
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11  Her mother's intelligence was that of a happy child: Joan Durbeyfield was simply an additional one, and that not the eldest, to her own long family of waiters on Providence.
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12  The smoke of the kindled wood rose from the chimney without like a lotus-headed column; local people who were passing by saw it, and thought of the newly-married couple, and envied their happiness.
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13  Angel began to comfort and reassure her, thinking to himself, truly enough, what a creature of moods she was, and how careful he would have to be of her when she depended for her happiness entirely on him.
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14  They were both young, and they were talking of the time when they lived and loved together at Talbothays Dairy, that happy green tract of land where summer had been liberal in her gifts; in substance to all, emotionally to these.
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15  They pictured all the details of his being won round to consent, of the wedding preparations, of the bride's happiness, of her dress and veil, of her blissful home with him, when oblivion would have fallen upon themselves as far as he and their love were concerned.
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16  The night came in, and took up its place there, unconcerned and indifferent; the night which had already swallowed up his happiness, and was now digesting it listlessly; and was ready to swallow up the happiness of a thousand other people with as little disturbance or change of mien.
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17  Yet when he had unlocked the door of the sitting-room and looked into it, the memory which returned first upon him was that of their happy arrival on a similar afternoon, the first fresh sense of sharing a habitation conjointly, the first meal together, the chatting by the fire with joined hands.
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