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1  My dear, dear Fanny, now I have the truth.
Mansfield Park By Jane Austen
Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXV
2  But the truth is, that my father hardly knows them.
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3  Tell me the real truth, as you have it from the fountainhead.
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4  I know this to be the truth; and most worthy of you are such feelings.
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5  To own the truth, Sir Thomas, we were in the middle of a rehearsal when you arrived this evening.
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6  The truth is, that she was the only girl in company for you to notice, and you must have a somebody.
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7  And a very pretty story it is, and with more truth in it, I dare say, than does credit to Miss Anderson.
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8  She would rather die than own the truth; and she hoped, by a little reflection, to fortify herself beyond betraying it.
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9  For a moment no one spoke; and then many spoke together to tell the same melancholy truth, that they had not yet got any Anhalt.
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10  "And to tell you the truth," speaking rather lower, "I do not think that I shall ever see Sotherton again with so much pleasure as I do now."
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11  To own the truth, Henry and I were partly driven out this very evening by a disappointment about a green goose, which he could not get the better of.
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12  Had the Grants been at home I would not have troubled you, but you are now the only one I can apply to for the truth, his sisters not being within my reach.
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13  That would not be a very handsome reason for using Mr. Crawford's," said Maria; "but the truth is, that Wilcox is a stupid old fellow, and does not know how to drive.
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14  The truth is, that our inquiries were too direct; we sent a servant, we went ourselves: this will not do seventy miles from London; but this morning we heard of it in the right way.
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15  They judged it best that Lady Bertram should not be harassed by alarms which, it was to be hoped, would prove unfounded; but there was no reason why Fanny should not know the truth.
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16  Lady Bertram constantly declined it; but her placid manner of refusal made Mrs. Rushworth still think she wished to come, till Mrs. Norris's more numerous words and louder tone convinced her of the truth.
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17  When she comes to know the truth she will, very likely, wish me in Northamptonshire again; for there is a daughter of Mr. Fraser, by a first wife, whom she is wild to get married, and wants Henry to take.
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18  Could I immediately apply to either, however, I should still prefer you, because it strikes me that they have all along been so unwilling to have their own amusements cut up, as to shut their eyes to the truth.
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19  There is a great deal of truth in what you say," replied Sir Thomas, "and far be it from me to throw any fanciful impediment in the way of a plan which would be so consistent with the relative situations of each.
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20  Her uncle's kind expressions, however, and forbearing manner, were sensibly felt; and when she considered how much of the truth was unknown to him, she believed she had no right to wonder at the line of conduct he pursued.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXIII