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1  And he lay there in his own isolation, but somehow proud.
Lady Chatterley's Lover By D H Lawrence
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2  He turned slowly, ponderingly, accepting again the isolation.
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3  But a pallor of isolation came over him, she was not really there for him.
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4  It was part of his very being that he must break off any connexion, and be loose, isolated, absolutely lone dog again.
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5  A man must offer a woman some meaning in his life, if it's going to be an isolated life, and if she's a genuine woman.
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6  His isolation was a necessity to him; just as the appearance of conformity and mixing-in with the smart people was also a necessity.
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7  The Chatterleys, two brothers and a sister, had lived curiously isolated, shut in with one another at Wragby, in spite of all their connexions.
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8  Stacks Gate, as seen from the highroad, was just a huge and gorgeous new hotel, the Coningsby Arms, standing red and white and gilt in barbarous isolation off the road.
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9  A sense of isolation intensified the family tie, a sense of the weakness of their position, a sense of defencelessness, in spite of, or because of, the title and the land.
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