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A young prostitute finds potential power and status after becoming the mistress of a powerful patriarch.

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William gets Sugar a flat of her own as their relationship intensifies.
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Sugar is forced to make a difficult decision as her relationship with William becomes more troubled.
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A Victorian-era Londoner escapes his personal and professional troubles by finding solace in the arms of a renowned young prostitute.
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Sugar moves into William's house to take care of his neglected daughter, and commits to help Agnes.

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