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1  He was also pursuing an object he had long had in view.
Frankenstein By Mary Shelley
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2  Henry saw this, and had removed all my apparatus from my view.
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3  Now I could only answer my father with a look of despair and endeavour to hide myself from his view.
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4  I generally rested during the day and travelled only when I was secured by night from the view of man.
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5  Urged by this view, I refused, and I did right in refusing, to create a companion for the first creature.
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6  He then took a cursory view of the present state of the science and explained many of its elementary terms.
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7  I learned, from the views of social life which it developed, to admire their virtues and to deprecate the vices of mankind.
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8  I remembered the effect that the view of the tremendous and ever-moving glacier had produced upon my mind when I first saw it.
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9  As soon as morning dawned I crept from my kennel, that I might view the adjacent cottage and discover if I could remain in the habitation I had found.
Frankenstein By Mary Shelley
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10  I felt as if he had placed carefully, one by one, in my view those instruments which were to be afterwards used in putting me to a slow and cruel death.
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11  It was very different when the masters of the science sought immortality and power; such views, although futile, were grand; but now the scene was changed.
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12  Clerval eagerly desired to accept this invitation, and I, although I abhorred society, wished to view again mountains and streams and all the wondrous works with which Nature adorns her chosen dwelling-places.
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13  His design was to visit India, in the belief that he had in his knowledge of its various languages, and in the views he had taken of its society, the means of materially assisting the progress of European colonization and trade.
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14  Through this work I obtained a cursory knowledge of history and a view of the several empires at present existing in the world; it gave me an insight into the manners, governments, and religions of the different nations of the earth.
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15  The porter opened the gates of the court, which had that night been my asylum, and I issued into the streets, pacing them with quick steps, as if I sought to avoid the wretch whom I feared every turning of the street would present to my view.
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16  In one spot you view rugged hills, ruined castles overlooking tremendous precipices, with the dark Rhine rushing beneath; and on the sudden turn of a promontory, flourishing vineyards with green sloping banks and a meandering river and populous towns occupy the scene.
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17  Everything is related in them which bears reference to my accursed origin; the whole detail of that series of disgusting circumstances which produced it is set in view; the minutest description of my odious and loathsome person is given, in language which painted your own horrors and rendered mine indelible.
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