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Edgar Rice Burroughs

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    Who shall say which is more ghastly, the sight of the bleached skulls or of dried-up human hearts
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    She was pretty by force of contrast; if she had been happy, she would have been charming. Happiness is the poetry of woman, as the toilette is her tinsel
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    she lacked the two things which create woman a second time — pretty dresses and love-letters
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    no accusations mingled with her prayers.
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    Father Goriot, upon whose face a painter, like the historian, would have concentrated all the light in his picture
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    Perhaps it is only human nature to inflict suffering on anything that will endure suffering
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    It is one of the most detestable habits of a Liliputian mind to credit other people with its own malignant pettiness
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    There are men who feel more at their ease when they stand up before another man who threatens their lives with sword or pistol than in the presence of a woman
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    it would be much better to do it by letter, and not to utter the words that should stab her to the heart
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    his first day on the battlefield of civilization in Paris
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