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1  The poor woman was very vacillating in her repentance.
Frankenstein By Mary Shelley
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2  You perhaps will find some means to justify my poor guiltless Justine.
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3  Their benevolent disposition often made them enter the cottages of the poor.
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4  This was a dire blow to poor Elizabeth, who had relied with firmness upon Justine's innocence.
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5  I shall commit my thoughts to paper, it is true; but that is a poor medium for the communication of feeling.
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6  The sky was serene; and, as I was unable to rest, I resolved to visit the spot where my poor William had been murdered.
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7  On being charged with the fact, the poor girl confirmed the suspicion in a great measure by her extreme confusion of manner.
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8  He then related that, the morning on which the murder of poor William had been discovered, Justine had been taken ill, and confined to her bed for several days.
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9  Our misfortune is doubly hard to us; we have not only lost that lovely darling boy, but this poor girl, whom I sincerely love, is to be torn away by even a worse fate.
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10  That she had been bewildered when questioned by the market-woman was not surprising, since she had passed a sleepless night and the fate of poor William was yet uncertain.
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11  When my dearest aunt died every one was too much occupied in their own grief to notice poor Justine, who had attended her during her illness with the most anxious affection.
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12  Hence there is less distinction between the several classes of its inhabitants; and the lower orders, being neither so poor nor so despised, their manners are more refined and moral.
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13  He came like a protecting spirit to the poor girl, who committed herself to his care; and after the interment of his friend he conducted her to Geneva and placed her under the protection of a relation.
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14  During one of their walks a poor cot in the foldings of a vale attracted their notice as being singularly disconsolate, while the number of half-clothed children gathered about it spoke of penury in its worst shape.
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15  You come to us now to share a misery which nothing can alleviate; yet your presence will, I hope, revive our father, who seems sinking under his misfortune; and your persuasions will induce poor Elizabeth to cease her vain and tormenting self-accusations.
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16  A murmur of approbation followed Elizabeth's simple and powerful appeal, but it was excited by her generous interference, and not in favour of poor Justine, on whom the public indignation was turned with renewed violence, charging her with the blackest ingratitude.
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17  He saw his mistress once before the destined ceremony; but she was bathed in tears, and throwing herself at his feet, entreated him to spare her, confessing at the same time that she loved another, but that he was poor, and that her father would never consent to the union.
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