5 The ---th regiment are stationed there since the riots; and the officers are the most agreeable men in the world: they put all our young knife-grinders and scissor merchants to shame.
Jane EyreBy Charlotte Bronte Get Context In CHAPTER XXXI
6 There was I, then, mounted aloft; I, who had said I could not bear the shame of standing on my natural feet in the middle of the room, was now exposed to general view on a pedestal of infamy.
Jane EyreBy Charlotte Bronte Get Context In CHAPTER VII
7 The first time I found St. John alone after this communication, I felt tempted to inquire if the event distressed him: but he seemed so little to need sympathy, that, so far from venturing to offer him more, I experienced some shame at the recollection of what I had already hazarded.
Jane EyreBy Charlotte Bronte Get Context In CHAPTER XXXIV