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"Ah," said Dolly, with soothing gravity, "it's like the night and the morning, and the sleeping and the waking, and the rain and the harvest--one goes and the other comes, and we know nothing how nor where. We may strive and scrat and fend, but it's little we can do arter all--the big things come and go wi' no striving o' our'n--they do, that they do." -- George Eliot from Silas Marner.This man, who violated the laws of heaven and earth with little terror of the Divine vengeance, feared above all to be cut by the men of his set. -- Mary Elizabeth Braddon from Run to Earth.
"Here is the first passionate love-letter I have ever written in my life. Strange, that my first passionate love-letter should have been addressed to a dead girl. Can they feel, I wonder, those white silent people we call the dead?" -- Oscar Wilde from The Picture of Dorian Gray.
Time will explain. -- Jane Austen from Persuasion.

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But a resolution to avoid an evil is seldom framed till the evil is so far advanced as to make avoidance impossible. -- Thomas Hardy from Far From The Madding Crowd.
Though this be madness, yet there is a method in't. -- William Shakespeare from Hamlet, Prince of Denmark.
There comes with old age a time when the heart is no longer fusible or malleable, and must retain the form in which it has cooled down. -- J. Sheridan Le Fanu from Uncle Silas."Music oft hath such a charm to make bad good and good provoke to harm." -- William Shakespeare from Measure for Measure.