Anne Brontë Quote

You will have no credit for your virtue (if you call it such): even your best friends will not believe in it; because it is monstrous, and not to be credited but by those who suffer, from the effects of it, such cruel torments that they know it to be indeed reality.


Walter to Helen (Ch. XXXVIV : A Scheme of Escape) - The Tenant of Wildfell Hall (1848)

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You will have no credit for your virtue (if you call it such): even your best friends will not believe in it; because it is monstrous, and not to be...

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You will have no credit for your virtue (if you call it such): even your best friends will not believe in it; because it is monstrous, and not to be...

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You will have no credit for your virtue (if you call it such): even your best friends will not believe in it; because it is monstrous, and not to be...

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You will have no credit for your virtue (if you call it such): even your best friends will not believe in it; because it is monstrous, and not to be...