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" I'm making a better gentleman nor ever you'll be ! ' When one of 'em says to another, ' He was a convict a few years ago, and is a ignorant common fellow now, for all he's lucky,' what do I say ? I says to myself, ' If I ain'ta gentleman, nor yet ain't... "
All the Year Round - Page 148
by Charles Dickens - 1861
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Great Expectations, Volume 2

1862
...fellow now, for all he's lucky,' what do I say ? I says to myself,' If I a'n'ta gentleman, nor yet a'n't got no learning, I'm the owner of such. All on you...brought-up London gentleman ? ' This way I kep* myself a-going. And this way I held steady afore my mind that I would for certain come one day and see tny...
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The works of Charles Dickens. Household ed. [22 vols. Orig. issued in ...

Charles Dickens - 1871
...and is a ignorant common fellow now, for all he's lucky,' what do I say ? I says to myself, ' If I ain'ta gentleman, nor yet ain't got no learning, I'm...brought-up London gentleman?' This way I kep' myself a-going. And this way I held steady afore my mind that I would for certain come one day and see my...
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The Works of Charles Dickens, Volume 2

Charles Dickens - 1876
...ignorant, common fellow now, for all he's lucky,' what do I say f I says to myself, ' If I ain't a gentleman, nor yet ain't got no learning, I'm the...; which on you owns a brought-up London gentleman f This way I kep myself agoing. And this way I hold steady afore my mind that I would for certain come...
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Works of Charles Dickens, Volume 23

Charles Dickens - 1877
...and is a ignorant common fellow now, for all he's lucky,' what do 1 say ? I says to myself, ' If I ain'ta gentleman, nor yet ain't got no learning, I'm...way I kep myself a going. And this way I held steady ufore my mind that I would for certain come one day and see my boy, and make myself known to him, on...
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Great Expectations: Pictures from Italy. Master Humphrey's Clock. No ...

Charles Dickens - 1884
...ago, and ia a ignorant common fellow now, for all he's lucky,1 what do I gay? I says to myself, 'If I ain'ta gentleman, nor yet ain't got no learning, I'm the owner of such. All on yon owns stock and land ; which of you owns a bronght-up London gentleman ? This way I kep' myself...
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Great Expectations and Hard Times

Charles Dickens - 1904 - 639 pages
...ago, and is a ignorant common fellow now, for all he's lucky,' what do I say? I says to myself, ' If I ain'ta gentleman, nor yet ain't got no learning, I'm...owns a brought-up London gentleman ? ' This way I kept myself a going. And this way I held steady afore my mind that I would for certain come one day...
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Dreams of Authority: Freud and the Fictions of the Unconscious

Ronald R. Thomas - Literary Criticism - 1990 - 308 pages
...enough; but that I should knowingly reckon the spurious coin of my own make as good money! -Pip If I ain'ta gentleman, nor yet ain't got no learning, I'm...land; which on you owns a brought-up London gentleman? — Magwitch Like Jane Eyre, Philip Pirrip is a dreamer who thinks of his dreams and his inner life...
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Nathaniel Hawthorne: Tradition and Revolution

Charles Swann - Literary Criticism - 1991 - 284 pages
...partly because it enables him to feel that he can hold his own against the gentleman colonists ("If I ain'ta gentleman, nor yet ain't got no learning, I'm...which on you owns a brought-up London gentleman?" [ch. xxxix]). It is also partly a weird kind of respectful revenge on the gentleman-like Compeyson...
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Great Expectations

Charles Dickens - Fiction - 1992 - 395 pages
...ignorant, common fellow now, for all he's lucky," what do I say? I says to myself, "If I ain'ta gendeman, nor yet ain't got no learning, I'm the owner of such. All on you own stock and land; which on you owns a brought-up London gendeman?" This way I kep myself a-going....
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Great Expectations

Charles Dickens, Margaret Cardwell - Fiction - 1998 - 505 pages
...ignorant common fellow now, for all he's lucky,' what do I say? I says to myself, 'If I ain'ta gendeman, nor yet ain't got no learning, I'm the owner of such....stock and land; which on you owns a brought-up London gendeman?' This way I kep myself a going. And this way I held steady afore my mind that I would for...
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