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" ... It is impossible : trust me, she will give you cause to love her more fondly yet. Now go to rest, my own sweet sister. We shall both be happier for this night's pain, for we need no longer weep or smile alone." And he was right. They were happier.... "
Woman's friendship - Page 89
by Grace Aguilar - 1850
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Diamond Dust

Eliza Cook - 1865 - 192 pages
...hearts which trust themselves. MEN are never placed in such extremes but there is a light to guide them. A POET, to be happy, must have sympathy, intelligence,...enthusiasm, which will reflect back and encourage his own talents. THE most exuberant encomiast turns easily into the most inveterate censor. AN inclination...
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Woman's Friendship: A Story of Domestic Life

Grace Aguilar - 1870 - 350 pages
...happier for this night's pain, for we need no longer weep or smile alone." And he was right. They ivere happier. A new spirit pervaded Walter's duties and...suggestions ; and to her inexpressible happiness, she (bund that from that night he was more like himself. Foi her own feelings, they were strangely soothed...
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Eliza Cook's Journal, Volume 5

Eliza Cook - 1851
...enough for nature. ALMOST as rare as genins itself is the power of feeling where true genins lies. A POET, to be happy, must have sympathy, intelligence, enthusiasm, which will reflect hack and encourage his own. HH that can please nobody is not so much to be pitied as he that nobody...
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