But the trees were gorgeous in their autumnal leafiness - the warm odours of flowers and herb came sweet upon the sense.
("North and South")
More Quotes from Elizabeth Gaskell:They had grown up together from childhood, and all along Edith had been remarked upon by every one, except Margaret, for her prettiness;
Oh, my Margaret--my Margaret! no one can tell what you are to me! Dead--cold as you lie there you are the only woman I ever loved! Oh, Margaret--Margaret!
The cloud never comes from the quarter of the horizon from which we watch for it.
He loved her, and would love her; and defy her, and this miserable bodily pain.
Yet is was very difficult to seperate her interpretation, and keep it distinct from his meaning.
It is bad to believe you in error. It would be infinitely worse to have known you a hypocrite.
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