Close by the Rights of Man, at the least set beside them, are the Rights of the Spirit.
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Almost all our desires, when examined, contain something too shameful to reveal.
Strong and bitter words indicate a weak cause.
Thought is the labor of the intellect, reverie is its pleasure.
As a means of contrast with the sublime, the grotesque is, in our view, the richest source that nature can offer.
Without vanity, without coquetry, without curiosity, in a word, without the fall, woman would not be woman. Much of her grace is in her frailty.
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