Some are so constituted mentally an' physically that they can't do otherwise than as they do, an' that's what ye never can get through the average felly's brain, nor through the average newspaper's, ayther. Most people have a few rules, a pattern, an'... The Hand of the Potter - Page 198by Theodore Dreiser - 1918 - 195 pagesFull view
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Gina M. Rossetti - Literary Criticism - 2006 - 196 pages
...without a spark ave anything but evil in 'em," and notes that "aal men are naht balanced or normal by their own free will an' say-so, any more than they're free an' equal in life. Some are so constituted mentally an' physically that they can't do otherwise than as...