Lorna Doone Quotes

Lorna Doone by R. D. Blackmore

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2 Quotes from Lorna Doone by R. D. Blackmore

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And through the dewy meadow's breast, fringed with shade, but touched on one side with the sun-smile, ran the crystal water, curving in its brightness like diverted hope. R. D. BlackmoreLorna Doone
For, according to our old saying, the three learned professions live by roguery on the three parts of a man. The doctor mauls our bodies; the parson starves our souls, but the lawyer must be the adroitest knave, for he has to ensnare our minds. R. D. BlackmoreLorna Doone







 

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