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1  Strange energy was in his voice, strange fire in his look.
Jane Eyre By Charlotte Bronte
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2  Reader, though I look comfortably accommodated, I am not very tranquil in my mind.
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3  I must look to this other wound in the arm: she has had her teeth here too, I think.
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4  I saw by her look she wished no longer to talk to me, but rather to converse with her own thoughts.
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5  My look or something else must have struck her as offensive, for she spoke with extreme though suppressed irritation.
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6  Holding my hand in both his own, he chafed it; gazing on me, at the same time, with the most troubled and dreary look.
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7  His eye wandered, and had no meaning in its wandering: this gave him an odd look, such as I never remembered to have seen.
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8  The hall lamp was now lit, and it amused her to look over the balustrade and watch the servants passing backwards and forwards.
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9  When full of flowers they would doubtless look pretty; but now, at the latter end of January, all was wintry blight and brown decay.
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10  Shaking my hair from my eyes, I lifted my head and tried to look boldly round the dark room; at this moment a light gleamed on the wall.
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11  The lady I had left might be about twenty-nine; the one who went with me appeared some years younger: the first impressed me by her voice, look, and air.
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12  From my seat I could look down on Thornfield: the grey and battlemented hall was the principal object in the vale below me; its woods and dark rookery rose against the west.
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13  I wondered to see them receive with calm that look which seemed to me so penetrating: I expected their eyes to fall, their colour to rise under it; yet I was glad when I found they were in no sense moved.
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14  It was not my habit to be disregardful of appearance or careless of the impression I made: on the contrary, I ever wished to look as well as I could, and to please as much as my want of beauty would permit.
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15  Though I had now extinguished my candle and was laid down in bed, I could not sleep for thinking of his look when he paused in the avenue, and told how his destiny had risen up before him, and dared him to be happy at Thornfield.
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16  Teachers and pupils may look coldly on you for a day or two, but friendly feelings are concealed in their hearts; and if you persevere in doing well, these feelings will ere long appear so much the more evidently for their temporary suppression.
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17  I had indeed levelled at that prominent feature as hard a blow as my knuckles could inflict; and when I saw that either that or my look daunted him, I had the greatest inclination to follow up my advantage to purpose; but he was already with his mama.
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