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1  The sisters were both attired in spotless white.
Jane Eyre By Charlotte Bronte
Get Context   In CHAPTER XVII
2  I, too, do not want a sister: a sister might any day be taken from me.
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3  The next day Bessie was sent for home to the deathbed of her little sister.
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4  Sometimes, when the day was very unfavourable, his sisters would expostulate.
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5  John had not much affection for his mother and sisters, and an antipathy to me.
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6  If you were my real sister it would be different: I should take you, and seek no wife.
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7  A very different sort of mind was hers from that, for instance, of the sisters of St. John.
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8  He did not speak to me one word, nor even direct to me one glance, till his sisters returned.
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9  I think, moreover, that Nature was not to him that treasury of delight it was to his sisters.
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10  His sisters looked at each other and at me; we all three looked at him: he was serene as glass.
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11  I feel I can easily and naturally make room in my heart for you, as my third and youngest sister.
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12  Bessie sat on the hearth, nursing her last-born, and Robert and his sister played quietly in a corner.
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13  Eliza would sit half the day sewing, reading, or writing, and scarcely utter a word either to me or her sister.
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14  His sisters were gone to Morton in my stead: I sat reading Schiller; he, deciphering his crabbed Oriental scrolls.
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15  This explanation given, the subject was dropped, and no further reference made to it by either Mr. Rivers or his sisters.
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16  As to Mr. St John, the intimacy which had arisen so naturally and rapidly between me and his sisters did not extend to him.
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17  Both the sisters seemed struck: not shocked or appalled; the tidings appeared in their eyes rather momentous than afflicting.
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18  With you I would have ventured much, because I admire, confide in, and, as a sister, I love you; but I am convinced that, go when and with whom I would, I should not live long in that climate.
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19  As I shall not have occasion to refer either to her or her sister again, I may as well mention here, that Georgiana made an advantageous match with a wealthy worn-out man of fashion, and that Eliza actually took the veil, and is at this day superior of the convent where she passed the period of her novitiate, and which she endowed with her fortune.
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20  He had not kept his promise of treating me like his sisters; he continually made little chilling differences between us, which did not at all tend to the development of cordiality: in short, now that I was acknowledged his kinswoman, and lived under the same roof with him, I felt the distance between us to be far greater than when he had known me only as the village schoolmistress.
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