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Jane Austen, Emma Quotes: What had she to wish for? Nothing, but to grow more worthy of him whose intentions and judgment had been ever so superior to her own.
         

What had she to wish for? Nothing, but to grow more worthy of him whose intentions and judgment had been ever so superior to her own.


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What had she to wish for? Nothing, but to grow more worthy of him whose intentions and judgment had been ever so superior to her own.
         





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