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The Return of the Native
The Return of the Native
by Thomas Hardy

The Return of the Native: Quotes (What was Said) Quiz

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Q. Who said, "Do you mean Nature? I hate her already. But I shall be glad to hear your scheme at any time."?


Eustacia
Clym
Damon
Mrs. Yeobright
Thomasin
Q. Who said, "I do not plead for him, aunt. Human nature is weak, and I am not a blind woman to insist that he is perfect."?


Eustacia
Clym
Thomasin
Mrs. Yeobright
Wildeve
Q. Who said, "Sometimes more bitterness is sown in five minutes than can be got rid of in a whole life; and that may be the case here."?


Eustacia
Clym
Thomasin
Mrs. Yeobright
Diggory
Q. Who said, "I can never forget those banns."?


Eustacia
Thomasin
Mrs. Yeobright
Clym
Damon
Q. Who said, "I have thought of your sufferings that morning on which I parted from you; I know they were genuine, and they are as much as you ought to bear. Our love must still continue."?


Eustacia
Clym
Damon
Diggory
Mrs. Yeobright

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