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1  Talk is beastly: especially if you live in society.
Lady Chatterley's Lover By D H Lawrence
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2  He knew that conscience was chiefly fear of society, or fear of oneself.
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3  His very presence was an affront to a man of society, cloak it as he might in an assumed good manner.
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4  But he was quite consciously afraid of society, which he knew by instinct to be a malevolent, partly-insane beast.
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5  He had been taken up quite enthusiastically for a time by smart society in London, for he wrote smart society plays.
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6  He knew it would not change him from an ownerless dog, whom everybody begrudges its golden collar, into a comfortable society dog.
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7  Then gradually smart society realized that it had been made ridiculous at the hands of a down-at-heel Dublin street-rat, and revulsion came.
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8  She lived with him in a smallish house in Westminster, and moved in that good sort of society of people in the government who are not tip-toppers, but who are, or would be, the real intelligent power in the nation: people who know what they're talking about, or talk as if they did.
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