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Persuasion

Persuasion

  

by Jane Austen

Persuasion: Quotes (What was Said) True or False

1. Who said, "I do not think any young woman has a right to make a choice that may be disagreeable and inconvenient to the principal part of her family, and be giving bad connections to those who have not been used to them."? -> Anne
2. Who said, "What a blessing to young people to be in such hands!"? -> Anne
3. Who said, "A poor widow barely able to live, between thirty and forty; a mere Mrs Smith, an every-day Mrs Smith, of all people and all names in the world, to be the chosen friend of Miss Anne Elliot, and to be preferred by her to her own family connections among the nobility of England and Ireland! Mrs Smith! Such a name!"? -> Sir Walter
4. Who said, "In fact, as I have long been convinced, though every profession is necessary and honourable in its turn"? -> Penelope
5. Who had "had purchased independence by uniting himself to a rich woman of inferior birth"? -> Captain Wentworth

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