QUOTE | FROM Charlotte Brontë




No: I shall not marry Samuel Fawthrop Wynne.''I ask why? I must have a reason. In all respects he is more than worthy of you.'She stood on the hearth; she was pale as the white marble slab and cornice behind her; her eyes flashed large, dilated, unsmiling.'And I ask in what sense that young man is worthy of me?



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