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"Success is the necessary misfortune of life, but it is only to the very unfortunate that it comes early."

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"Above all else, never think you're not good enough."

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"I do not think myself to be a worm, and a grub, grass of the field fit only to be burned, a clod, a morsel of putrid atoms that should be thrown to the dungheap, ready for the nethermost pit. Nor if I did should I therefore expect to sit with Angels and Archangels."

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"Never think that you're not good enough yourself. A man should never think that. People will take you very much at your own reckoning."

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"The satirist who writes nothing but satire should write but little -- or it will seem that his satire springs rather from his own caustic nature than from the sins of the world in which he lives."

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"They are best dressed, whose dress no one observes."

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"I hold that gentleman to be the best-dressed whose dress no one observes."

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"He must have known me if he had seen me as he was wont to see me, for he was in the habit of flogging me constantly. Perhaps he did not recognize me by my face."

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"As to that leisure evening of life, I must say that I do not want it. I can conceive of no contentment of which toil is not to be the immediate parent."

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"'Peace, woman,' Mr. Crawley said, addressing her at last. The bishop jumped out of his chair at hearing the wife of his bosom called a woman. ..."

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"A new and terrible aristocracy was growing up among them,—the aristocracy of hidden firearms."

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"A man's love, till it has been chastened and fastened by the feeling of duty which marriage brings with it, is instigated mainly by the diffic..."

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"A husband is very much like a house or a horse."

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"A girl loves most often because she is loved,Mnot from choice on her part. She is won by the flattery of the man's desire."

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"A woman's life is not perfect or whole till she has added herself to a husband. Nor is a man's life perfect or whole till he has added to hims..."

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"As I started with her out of the city warmly enveloped in buffalo furs, I could not but think how nice it would be to drive on and on, so that..."

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"But the hobbledehoy, though he blushes when women address him, and is uneasy even when he is near them, though he is not master of his limbs i..."

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"But that his wife should be one of the performers, that she should be gazed at by a crowd as she tripped about, and that, after all that had b..."

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"Dance with a girl three times, and if you like the light of her eye and the tone of voice with which she, breathless, answers your little ques..."

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"He felt that it would be dull times in Dublin, when they should have no usurping government to abuse, no Saxon Parliament to upbraid, no Engli..."

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"He was a thing to her so foul that all her feminine nature recoiled from the closeness of his presence, and her flesh crept as she felt that t..."

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"Here in England the welfare of the State depends on the conduct of our aristocracy."

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"I don't see the good of a country gentleman. Buying and selling;Mthat's what the world has to go by."

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"I do not know whether there be, as a rule, more vocal expression of the sentiment of love between a man and a woman, than there is between two..."

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"I do like a little romance ... just a sniff, as I call it, of the rocks and valleys.... Of course, bread-and-cheese is the real thing. The roc..."

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"I never knew a government yet that wanted to do anything."

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"I should like a lover to think of the things that I think about. It is all very well being steady when you have got babies of your own; but th..."

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"In that reconciling of God and Mammon which Mrs. Grantly had carried on so successfully in the education of her daughter, the organ had not be..."

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"In spite of all her faults her name was so holy to him that it had never once passed his lips since her death, except in low whispers to himse..."

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"In my country, Mr. Goarly, all men are free and equal."

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"It is hard to rescue a man from the slough of luxury and idleness combined. If anything can do it, it is a cradle filled annually."

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"It has now become the doctrine of a large clan of politicians that political honesty is unnecessary, slow, subversive of a man's interests, an..."

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"It has become a certainty now that if you will only advertise sufficiently you may make a fortune by selling anything."

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"It does not come to a man that to be separated from a woman is to be dislocated from his very self. A man has but one centre, and that is hims..."

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"It's gude to be merry and wise, Mr. Slope; It's gude to be honest and true;..."

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"It was not death he feared—it was the disgrace of death, and the misery of the ignominious preparations. He knew in his heart that heaven co..."

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"It is the highest and most legitimate pride of an Englishman to have the letters M.P. written after his name. No selection from the alphabet, ..."

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"Marvellous is the power which can be exercised, almost unconsciously, over a company, or an individual, or even upon a crowd by one person gif..."

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"Neither money nor position can atone to me for low birth."

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"My sweetheart is to me more than a coined hemisphere."

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"Oh! that's in course—I do love him; why wouldn't I? for he has a nice little room all decently furnished for any young woman to go into—be..."

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"Passionate love, I take it, rarely lasts long, and is very troublesome while it does last. Mutual esteem is very much more valuable."

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"One wants in a Prime Minister a good many things, but not very great things. He should be clever but need not be a genius; he should be consci..."

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"Some are going out to join their husbands, some to find a husband, some few peradventure to leave a husband."

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"Short accounts make long friends."

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"She, too, would now swim down the river of matrimony with a beautiful name, and a handle to it, as the owner of a fine family property. Women'..."

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"She would love still, but she would never again be tender till her daughter should have repudiated her base,—her monstrous engagement."

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"That girls should not marry for money we are all agreed. A lady who can sell herself for a title or an estate, for an income or a set of famil..."

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"The body was still resting on its legs, leaning against the end of the side of the bed, while one of the arms was close clasped round the bed-..."

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"The Lady Amelia would not for worlds have had the de Courcy blood defiled; but gold she thought could not defile."

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"There is no road to wealth so easy and respectable as that of matrimony; that is, of course, provided that the aspirant declines the slow cour..."

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"What is there that money will not do?"

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"When the ivy has found its tower, when the delicate creeper has found its strong wall, we know how the parasite plants grow and prosper."

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"When it comes to money nobody should give up anything."

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