Elizabeth Barrett Browning Quote

I would confide to you perhaps my secret profession of faith — which is... which is... that let us say and do what we please and can... there is a natural inferiority of mind in women — of the intellect... not by any means, of the moral nature — and that the history of Art and of genius testifies to this fact openly.


The Letters of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett 1845-1846 (1898)

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I would confide to you perhaps my secret profession of faith — which is... which is... that let us say and do what we please and can... there is a...

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I would confide to you perhaps my secret profession of faith — which is... which is... that let us say and do what we please and can... there is a...

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I would confide to you perhaps my secret profession of faith — which is... which is... that let us say and do what we please and can... there is a...

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I would confide to you perhaps my secret profession of faith — which is... which is... that let us say and do what we please and can... there is a...