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1  The other woman was much smaller and slighter.
Ethan Frome By Edith Wharton
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2  She seemed to Ethan taller, fuller, more womanly in shape and motion.
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3  It was almost as if the other face, the face of the superseded woman, had obliterated that of the intruder.
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4  Though she was but seven years her husband's senior, and he was only twenty-eight, she was already an old woman.
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5  With the exception of the dark-eyed woman's chair, which looked like a soiled relic of luxury bought at a country auction, the furniture was of the roughest kind.
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6  The tall woman, who had moved away from us toward the dresser, took no notice; but the other, from her cushioned niche, answered complainingly, in a high thin voice.
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7  All the long misery of his baffled past, of his youth of failure, hardship and vain effort, rose up in his soul in bitterness and seemed to take shape before him in the woman who at every turn had barred his way.
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8  He was a poor man, the husband of a sickly woman, whom his desertion would leave alone and destitute; and even if he had had the heart to desert her he could have done so only by deceiving two kindly people who had pitied him.
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9  He was an old friend of Ethan's family, and his house one of the few to which Zeena occasionally went, drawn there by the fact that Mrs. Hale, in her youth, had done more "doctoring" than any other woman in Starkfield, and was still a recognised authority on symptoms and treatment.
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