Junie's Love Test (Google eBook)

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J.S. Ogilvie Publishing Company, 1886 - American fiction - 226 pages
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Page 61 - The sweetest joy, the wildest woe is love ; The taint of earth, the odour of the skies, Is in it. Would that I were aught but man ! The death of brutes, the immortality Of fiend or angel, better seems than all The doubtful prospects of our painted dust. And all Morality can teach is — Bear ! And all Religion can inspire is — Hope ! CLARA.
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