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1  Now and then I was happy: once in a week perhaps.
Wuthering Heights By Emily Bronte
Get Context   In CHAPTER XXIV
2  She was a happy creature, and an angel, in those days.
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3  You can make me so happy by speaking that little word.
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4  I believe I may assert that they were really in possession of deep and growing happiness.
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5  I shall have another happy evening, I thought to myself; and what delights me more, my pretty Linton will.
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6  Then I said I must go first, and tell of her arrival; imploring her to say, she should be happy with young Heathcliff.
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7  Only, Catherine, do me this justice: believe that if I might be as sweet, and as kind, and as good as you are, I would be; as willingly, and more so, than as happy and as healthy.
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8  It racked me to recall past happiness and the greater peril there was of conjuring up its apparition, the quicker the thible ran round, and the faster the handfuls of meal fell into the water.
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9  Her countenance grew wan with watching and sorrow, and my master gladly dismissed her to what he flattered himself would be a happy change of scene and society; drawing comfort from the hope that she would not now be left entirely alone after his death.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXVII