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Fraternity Quotes by John Galsworthy

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Beneath all manner of kindness and consideration for each other--for their good taste, at all events, had never given way--this tragedy of a woman, who wanted to be loved, slowly killing the power of loving her in the man, had gone on year after year. ~ Fraternity by John Galsworthy Hilary was no young person, like his niece or Martin, to whom everything seemed simple; nor was he an old person like their grandfather, for whom life had lost its complications. ~ Fraternity by John Galsworthy There is left in every man something of the primeval love of stalking. ~ Fraternity by John Galsworthy "The human heart," he murmured, "is the tomb of many feelings." ~ Fraternity by John Galsworthy "By love I mean the forgetfulness of self. Unions are frequent in which only the sexual instincts, or the remembrance of self, are roused---" ~ Fraternity by John Galsworthy


 

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