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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) True or False

1. Who said, "Do you mean Nature? I hate her already. But I shall be glad to hear your scheme at any time."? -> Clym
2. 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."? -> Thomasin
3. 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
4. Who said, "I can never forget those banns."? -> Clym
5. 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

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