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Daniel Defoe

  • КАТЮШАhas quoted2 years ago
    that these things were all either too
  • КАТЮШАhas quoted2 years ago
    He bade me observe it, and I should always find that th
  • b1563382158has quoted9 months ago
    miseries and hardships,
  • Индираhas quotedlast year
    make them amends
  • b6512115168has quotedlast year
    not bred to any trade

    Such a person would not stoop to such work as carpentry or shoemaking; he was born in a higher class.

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    What became of my second brother I never knew, any more than my father or mother knew what became of
  • TempterPS Pshas quoted3 months ago
    Books are useful only to such whose genius are suitable to the subject of them;
  • TempterPS Pshas quoted3 months ago
    This and travel make a true-bred merchant the most intelligent man in the world,
  • TempterPS Pshas quoted2 months ago
    but when by the errors of a man’s youth he has reduced himself to such a degree of distress as to be absolutely without three things—money, friends, and health—he dies in a ditch, or in some worse place, a hospital.
  • TempterPS Pshas quoted2 months ago
    Death is the universal deliverer, and therefore some who want courage to bear what they see before them, hang themselves for fear; for certainly self-destruction is the effect of cowardice in the highest extreme.
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