Washington Square - Henry James
What she could not know, of course, was that she disappointed him, though on three or four occasions the doctor had been almost frank about it... Doctor Sloper would have liked to be proud of his daughter; but there was nothing to be proud of in poor Catherine. There was nothing, of course, to be ashamed of; but this was not enough for the doctor, who was a proud man, and would have enjoyed being able to think of his daughter as an unusual girl.
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