Washinton Square - Henry James

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She was extremely fond of her father, and very much afraid of him; she thought him the cleverest and handsomest and most celebrated of men... Her deepest desire was to please him, and her conception of happiness was to know that she had succeeded in pleasing him. She had never succeeded beyond a certain point. Though, on the whole, he was very kind to her, she was perfectly aware of this, and to go beyond the point in question seemed to her really something to live for.

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