J. Sheridan Le Fanu Quotes (5 Quotes)


    Perhaps other souls than human are sometimes born into the world, and clothed in flesh.

    There is no dealing with great sorrow as if it were under the control of our wills. It is a terrible phenomenon, whose laws we must study, and to whose conditions we must submit, if we would mitigate it.

    There comes with old age a time when the heart is no longer fusible or malleable, and must retain the form in which it has cooled down.

    How marvellously lie our anxieties, in filmy layers, one over the other Take away that which has lain on the upper surface for so longthe care of caresthe only one, as it seemed to you, between your soul and the radiance of Heavenand straight you find a new stratum there.

    The effect of all this was that I blushed one of my overpowering blushes. People told me they became me very much I hope so, for the misfortune was frequent and I think nature owed me that compensation.



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