And remember this, that if you've been hated, you've also been loved.
("The Portrait of a Lady")
More Quotes from Henry James:I'm yours for ever--for ever and ever. Here I stand; I'm as firm as a rock. If you'll only trust me, how little you'll be disappointed. Be mine as I am yours.
Cats and monkeys; monkeys and cats; all human life is there.
Love has nothing to do with good reasons.
England always seems to me like a man swimming with his clothes on his head
All roads lead to Rome, and there were times when it might have struck us that almost every branch of study or subject of conversation skirted forbidden ground.
She carried within herself a great fund of life, and her deepest enjoyment was to feel the continuity between the movement of her own heart and the agitations of the world. For this reason, she was fond of seeing great crowds, and large stretches of country, of reading about revolutions and wars, of looking at historical pictures--a class of efforts to which she had often gone so far as to forgive much bad painting for the sake of the subject.
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