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  1. I. A French writer in the eighteenth century, in a story which deals with a rather repulsive theme of action in a tone that is graceful, simple, and pathetic, painted the portrait of a creature for whom no moralist with a reputation to lose can say a word; and we may, if we choose, fool ourselves by supposing her to be without a counterpart in the better- regulated world of real life, but, in spite of both these objections, she is an interesting and not untouching figure to those who like to know all the many- webbed stuff out of which their brothers and sisters are made. - "Rousseau Volumes I. and II." by John Morley
  2. A curious sensation of trouble and bewilderment came over me, as I gave a quick glance round at the bare loft, with its cob- webbed windows and eager little crowd of boys, all expectant and flushed with desire for the scene. - "Burr Junior" by G. Manville Fenn