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21) III. The Recognition. Hawthorne, Nathaniel. 1850. The Scarlet Letter
...Marry, good Sir, in some two years, or less, that the woman has been a dweller here in Boston, no tidings have come of this learned gentleman, Master Prynne; and...

22) XXIX. Book II. Wharton, Edith. 1920. The Age of Innocence
...then he said explosively: Your husband s secretary came to see me the day after we met in Boston. 23 In his brief letter to her he had made no allusion to M. Rivière...

23) XXV. Book II. Wharton, Edith. 1920. The Age of Innocence
...accepting the seat he proffered, began abruptly: I believe I saw you, sir, yesterday in Boston. 14 The statement was insignificant enough, and Archer was about to...

24) Book 1, Chapter 1. Amory, Son of Beatrice. Fitzgerald, F. Scott. 1920. This Side of Paradise
...of ex-Westerners. "They have accents, my dear," she told Amory, "not Southern accents or Boston accents, not an accent attached to any locality, just an accent"—she...

25) Chapter XLVII. James, Henry. 1917. The Portrait of a Lady. Vol. XI. Harvard Classics Shelf of Fiction
...loneliness. She asked Lily for news of him, from time to time; but Lily knew nothing about Boston; her imagination was confined within the limits of Manhattan. As...

26) The Custom-House. Introductory to The Scarlet Letter . Hawthorne, Nathaniel. 1917. The Scarlet Letter & Rappaccini s Daughter. Vol. X, Part 1. Harvard Classics Shelf of Fiction
...go to swell, needlessly and imperceptibly, the mighty flood of commerce at New York or Boston. On some such morning, when three or four vessels happen to have arrived...

27) Chapter XIII. James, Henry. 1917. The Portrait of a Lady. Vol. XI. Harvard Classics Shelf of Fiction
...suitor, she was at least as far removed from the disposition to let the young man from Boston take complete possession of her. The sentiment in which she ultimately...

28) Chapter XXVIII. James, Henry. 1917. The Portrait of a Lady. Vol. XI. Harvard Classics Shelf of Fiction
...announced, for the information of Mr. Osmond. I should like him to converse with a few of our Boston radicals. 19 Don t they approve of iron fences? asked Mr. Bantling....

29) Chapter XXXII. James, Henry. 1917. The Portrait of a Lady. Vol. XI. Harvard Classics Shelf of Fiction
...asked him if he had seen Henrietta Stackpole. 25 He looked as if he had not come from Boston to Florence to talk about Henrietta Stackpole; but he answered distinctly...

30) The Custom-House—Introductory. Hawthorne, Nathaniel. 1850. The Scarlet Letter
...go to swell, needlessly and imperceptibly, the mighty flood of commerce at New York or Boston. On some such morning, when three or four vessels happen to have arrived...

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