1 But it is true that I am a wretch.
2 And then came that disconcerting ride.
3 "Oh, that's all right," he said carelessly.
4 I suspected that he meant my grass.
5 Not only that but you're rude.
6 "Even that's a lie," said Tom savagely.
7 He supposed he forgot to, that's all.
8 He says he knows the car that did it.
9 He felt married to her, that was all.
10 "Not that I remember," said the child.
The Scarlet Letter By Nathaniel HawthorneContext Highlight In XVI. A FOREST WALK
11 I care not who knows that I am wretched.
12 Aye, I believe that will be best for her.
13 By feeling that I was doing my duty.
14 that it is not in the neighbourhood of.
15 Aye, my dear, that I do, indeed.