"Her spirits sank under the glow of theirs, and she felt herself becoming too nearly nothing to both, to have any comfort in having been sought by either." (Jane Austen, Mansfield Park).

“Her spirits sank under the glow of theirs, and she felt herself becoming too nearly nothing to both, to have any comfort in having been sought by either.” (Jane Austen, Mansfield Park).

"A quarter of an hour, twenty minutes passed away and Fanny was still thinking of Edmund, Miss Crawford and herself without interruption from anyone. She began to be surprised at being left so long and to listen with an anxious desire of hearing their steps and their voices again." (Jane Austen, Mansfield Park)

“A quarter of an hour, twenty minutes passed away and Fanny was still thinking of Edmund, Miss Crawford and herself without interruption from anyone. She began to be surprised at being left so long and to listen with an anxious desire of hearing their steps and their voices again.” (Jane Austen, Mansfield Park)

“But at the same time there was a pointedness in his manner of asking her which she did not like, and she saw his eye glancing for a moment at her necklace, with a smile—she thought there was a smile—which made her blush and feel wretched.” (Jane Austen, Mansfield Park)

“But at the same time there was a pointedness in his manner of asking her which she did not like, and she saw his eye glancing for a moment at her necklace, with a smile—she thought there was a smile—which made her blush and feel wretched.” (Jane Austen, Mansfield Park)

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