He knew her
to be so, without looking at her, and said:
The man knew her
, and might by a fortunate chance see her, or hear of her; that was something, as enlisting one pair of eyes and ears the more.
I was privy to all the fors and againsts; I was the friend to whom he confided his hopes and plans; and though I did not know his wife previously, her inferior situation in society, indeed, rendered that impossible, yet I knew her
all her life afterwards, or at least till within the last two years of her life, and can answer any question you may wish to put.
I know you knew her
partly through Etheridge and so forth, but what was it about her poems that spoke to you, because she's someone you've always admired?
Whenever we started at a new school the other kids came right up to her like they already knew her