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People always grumbled. If things went well they wanted them to go better. Give them comfort and they wanted luxuries.
It is the people who have no say in making wars who suffer most from the consequences of them...
There's nothing makes you admire people like seeing yourself in them.
I really believe there are some people who hate to contemplate the happiness of others.
It's not how many years you've lived, it's how they've left you.
But our lives were not as they seemed, were they, Sophia? No one's life ever is.
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The English language is nobody's special property. It is the property of the imagination: it is the property of the language itself.
September 1, 1906
January 19, 1993
Eleanor Hibbert was an English author who combined imagination with facts to bring history alive through novels of fiction and romance.
Mistress of Mellyn (1960)
The India fan (1988)
The shivering sands (1969)
Bride of Pendorric (1963)
The pride of the peacock (1976)
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