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Sentimental Education

Sentimental Education

  

by Gustave Flaubert

Sentimental Education: Quotes (What Was Said) True or False

1. How says, "For my part, anyhow, I work for my livelihood! I am a poor man!"? -> Sénécal
2. Who says, "Ah! my poor boy! I have had to give up my dreams!"? -> Monsieur Arnoux
3. Who says, "I fancy myself your wife"? -> Madame Dambreuse
4. Who says, "We no longer entertain as we used to do formerly!"? -> Madame Dambreuse
5. Who says, "Ah! there are some lucky women in the world. Decidedly, I was made for a rich man!"? -> Madame Moreau

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