1 Condemned in life's infernal mine, condemned in solitude to pine.
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2 So much the greater must have been the solitude of her heart, and her need of some one on whom to bestow it.
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3 Thus easily did Stephen Blackpool fall into the loneliest of lives, the life of solitude among a familiar crowd.
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4 They had seen no one, near or distant, for a long time; and the solitude remained unbroken.
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5 Connie went for walks in the park, and in the woods that joined the park, and enjoyed the solitude and the mystery, kicking the brown leaves of autumn, and picking the primroses of spring.
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6 He resented the intrusion; he cherished his solitude as his only and last freedom in life.
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7 The industrial noises broke the solitude, the sharp lights, though unseen, mocked it.
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8 Now it was languor, and all but solitude.
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9 By degrees they fell off, one by one; and, for an hour, in the dead of night, the street was left to solitude and darkness.
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10 She had no resources for solitude; and inheriting a considerable share of the Elliot self-importance, was very prone to add to every other distress that of fancying herself neglected and ill-used.
11 She was ashamed of herself, quite ashamed of being so nervous, so overcome by such a trifle; but so it was, and it required a long application of solitude and reflection to recover her.
12 Her spirits wanted the solitude and silence which only numbers could give.
13 Half an hour's solitude and reflection might have tranquillized her; but the ten minutes only which now passed before she was interrupted, with all the restraints of her situation, could do nothing towards tranquillity.
14 As with some persons who have long lived apart, solitude seemed to look out of its countenance.
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15 But they remained, and established themselves; and the lonely person who hitherto had been queen of the solitude did not at present seem likely to return.
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