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" are great. All this time, while the monde has been deteriorating, the demimonde has been improving; as the one has grown stupider and costlier, the other has grown more attractive, more decorous, and more easy. The ladies there are now often as clever... "
Why are Women Redundant? - Page 28
by William Rathbone Greg - 1869 - 39 pages
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Literary and Social Judgments

William Rathbone Greg - 1873 - 352 pages
...been improving ; as the one has grown stupider and costlier, the other has grown more attractive, move decorous, and more easy. The ladies there are now often as clever and amusing, usually more beautiful, and not unfrequently (in external demeanor at least) as modest, as their rivals in...
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Literary and Social Judgments

William Rathbone Greg - 1873 - 352 pages
...trouble and its gtne are great. All this time, while tlie monde has been deteriorating, the dtmi-mondt has been improving; as the one has grown stupider and costlier, the otlrer has grown more attractive, more decorous, and more easy. The ladies thtre are now ^ol'ten as...
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Literary and Social Judgements

William Rathbone Greg - 1876 - 352 pages
...more dull ; it exacts much and repays little ; its attractions are few, while its trouble and its gene are great. All this time, while the monde has been...there are now often as clever and amusing, usually more beautiful, and not unfrequently (in external demeanor at least) as uiodr est, as their rivals...
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