2. What had I done to elicit that veiled and skilful sarcasm about oddities coming in on every train?
3. Why had he been so wicked and so violent?
4. What had he done to be visited thus?
5. only the Holt vassalage, either their feeling would have been one with her own, or they would have made way for her, but there were some pert nursery maids gaping about with the children from (it/be)
6. in love with that French woman?
7. , or could he do, to deserve it?
8. that item in the Evening Record?
9. that life should bestow so much more on her than it had on poor Dena and Elsie Whayne?
10. that he should lie there?
11. anything strange in Miss Iris, while I was away from home?
12. in the room?
13. how embarrassed she was beneath her pretence of gaiety?
14. fairly questioned, they might have justified, at least excused, that conduct which appeared so criminal; or had they owned the offence, and supplicated pardon-O barbarous monster that I am!
15. by Mrs. Rook's detestable confession?
16. very subtle when seeming to be very direct?
17. , that Hank should consider her so cute?
18. fondly persuading himself, during the past months, that she was forgotten?
19. They were free from interruption-but?
20. He told himself that Rose's avoidance of him was becoming quite an affectation, and after all, he asked himself, to be treated like this?