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Charlotte Bronte: Jane Eyre
21. CHAPTER XXI (continued)
"With her constitution she should have lived to a good old age: her life was shortened by trouble." And then a spasm constricted her mouth for an instant: as it passed away she turned and left the room, and so did I. Neither of us had dropt a tear.
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