Lady Audley's Secret Quotes

Lady Audley's Secret Quotes by Mary Elizabeth Braddon

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Phoebe Marks was a person who never lost her individuality. Silent and self-constrained, she seemed to hold herself within herself, and take no color from the outer world. Mary Elizabeth BraddonLady Audley's Secret
"My intellect is a little way upon the wrong side of that narrow boundary-line between sanity and insanity." Mary Elizabeth BraddonLady Audley's Secret
"Circumstantial evidence," continued the young man, as if he scarcely heard Lady Audley's interruption-"that wonderful fabric which is built out of straws collected at every point of the compass, and which is yet strong enough to hang a man." Mary Elizabeth BraddonLady Audley's Secret
There can be no reconciliation where there is no open warfare. There must be a battle, a brave, boisterous battle, with pennants waving and cannon roaring, before there can be peaceful treaties and enthusiastic shaking of hands. Mary Elizabeth BraddonLady Audley's Secret







 

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