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Paragraph A White Heron text (1886) Tales of New England text (1890)
2 grandmother was a Greenaple, of Boston. grandmother was a Greenaple of Boston.
5 Greenaple were only living you would Greenaple were only living, you would
6 later they thought that she had really died they thought later that she had really died
7 walking example of refinements and courtesies walking example of refinement and courtesy
8 the ladies remarked a surprising interest the ladies remarked upon a surprising interest
10 they must make themselves a great deal more used to the town. they must make themselves of a great deal more use to the town.
13 overthrow all land-marks of the past overthrow all landmarks of the past
13 her mother's brilliant opportunities in Boston her mother's brilliant experiences in Boston
14 painful sense of failure, as they went home painful sense of failure as they went home
20 great caps because their bare heads is cold? great caps because their heads is cold?
26 his sign cracked and swung in the rising wind his sign flapped and swung in the rising wind
27 He seemed a very civil, nice person He seemed a very civil nice person
32 Beside, now that the bonnet was on again Besides, now that the bonnet was on again
33 torrent of foreign words upon the two torrent of foreign phrases upon the two
35 remarked Miss Dobin, doubtfully, but remarked Miss Dobin doubtfully, but
39 getting out of place a little; getting a little out of place;
39 [last word of paragraph: joy] [added sentence at the end of the paragraph] Their young hearts would forever keep them truly unconscious of the cruel thievery of time.


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