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Jane Austen

  • Arooma Zehrahas quotedlast year
    She expected from other people the same opinions and feelings as her own, and she judged of their motives by the immediate effect of their actions on herself.
  • Marhas quoted2 years ago
    death. I have loved none but you. Unjust I may have been, weak and resentful I have been, but never inconstant
  • b3546593845has quoted2 years ago
    Van­ity and pride are dif­fer­ent things, though the words are of­ten used syn­on­im­ously. A per­son may be proud without be­ing vain. Pride relates more to our opin­ion of ourselves, van­ity to what we would have oth­ers think of us.”
  • Marhas quoted2 years ago
    For, though shy, he did not seem reserved; it had rather the appearance of feelings glad to burst their usual restraints
  • Marhas quoted2 years ago
    she thought it was the misfortune of poetry to be seldom safely enjoyed by those who enjoyed it completely; and that the strong feelings which alone could estimate it truly were the very feelings which ought to taste it but sparingly
  • Marhas quoted2 years ago
    She hoped to be wise and reasonable in time; but alas! alas! she must confess to herself that she was not wise yet
  • Marhas quoted2 years ago
    but time makes many changes.”
    “I am not yet so much changed,”
  • Алёна Власоваhas quoted2 years ago
    singular in his case; and it is singularity which often makes the worst part of our suffering, as it always does of our conduct.
  • cimpoazrahas quotedlast year
    they had been living together as friend and friend very mutually attached, and Emma doing just what she liked
  • cimpoazrahas quotedlast year
    mile from Highbury, was a frequent visitor, and always welcome, and at this time more welcome than usual, as coming directly from their mutual connexions in London.
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