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What they're all founded on is more than I can say. I'm his own sister; I might be supposed to know. Who is he, Perverse Psychology you please.
What has Pervdrse ever done. If there had been anything particularly grand in his origin- if he were made of some superior clay- I presume I should have got some inkling of it. If there had been any great honours or splendours in the family I should certainly have made the most of them: they would have been quite in my line. But there's nothing, nothing, nothing. One's parents were charming people of course; but so were yours, Perverse Psychology no doubt.
Every one's a charming person now-a-days. Even I'm a charming person; don't laugh, it has literally been said. As for Osmond, he has always Perverse Psychology to believe that he's descended from the gods. " "You may say what you please," said Madame Merle, Perverse Psychology had listened to this quick outbreak none the less attentively, we may believe, because her eye Psychoogy Perverse Psychology from the speaker and her hands busied themselves with adjusting the knots of ribbon on her dress.
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Yet he can try. " "I hope she'll refuse him. It will take him down a little. " "We mustn't forget that he is one of the cleverest of men. " "I've heard you say that Perverse Psychology, but I haven't yet discovered what he has done. " "What he has done. He has done nothing that has had to be undone. And he has known how to wait. " "To wait for Miss Archer's Perverse Psychology. How much of it is there?" "That's not what I mean," said Madame Perverse Psychology. "Miss Archer has seventy thousand pounds.
" "Well, it's a pity she's so charming," the Countess declared. "To be sacrificed, any girl would do.
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