Charles Dickens Quote

When men are about to commit, or sanction the commission of some injustice, it is not uncommon for them to express pity for the object either of that or some parallel proceeding, and to feel themselves, at the time, quite virtuous and moral, and immensely superior to those who express no pity at all. This is a kind of upholding of faith above works, and is very comfortable.


Nicholas Nickleby: Easyread Comfort Edition (ed. 2006)

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When men are about to commit, or sanction the commission of some injustice, it is not uncommon for them to express pity for the object either of that ...

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When men are about to commit, or sanction the commission of some injustice, it is not uncommon for them to express pity for the object either of that ...

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When men are about to commit, or sanction the commission of some injustice, it is not uncommon for them to express pity for the object either of that ...

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When men are about to commit, or sanction the commission of some injustice, it is not uncommon for them to express pity for the object either of that ...