"Great Expectations"
by Charles Dickens

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     "Tell me in my ear," said Miss Havisham, bending down.

     "I think she is very proud," I replied, in a whisper.

     "Anything else?"

     "I think she is very pretty."

     "Anything else?"

     "I think she is very insulting." (She was looking at me then with a look of supreme aversion.)

     "Anything else?"

     "I think I should like to go home."


     "And never see her again, though she is so pretty?"

     "I am not sure that I shouldn't like to see her again, but I should like to go home now."

     "You shall go soon," said Miss Havisham, aloud. "Play the game out."

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