G. K. Chesterton Quote

It was not the house that grew dull, but I that grew dull in it. My wife was better than all women, and yet I could not feel it.


Manalive (ed. 1912)

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It was not the house that grew dull, but I that grew dull in it. My wife was better than all women, and yet I could not feel it.

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It was not the house that grew dull, but I that grew dull in it. My wife was better than all women, and yet I could not feel it.

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It was not the house that grew dull, but I that grew dull in it. My wife was better than all women, and yet I could not feel it.

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It was not the house that grew dull, but I that grew dull in it. My wife was better than all women, and yet I could not feel it.