Leo Tolstoy Quote

One can insult an honest man or an honest woman, but to tell a thief that he is a thief is merely 'The establishing of a fact.'


Pt. IV, ch. 4 - Anna Karenina (1875–1877)

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One can insult an honest man or an honest woman, but to tell a thief that he is a thief is merely 'The establishing of a fact.'

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One can insult an honest man or an honest woman, but to tell a thief that he is a thief is merely 'The establishing of a fact.'

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One can insult an honest man or an honest woman, but to tell a thief that he is a thief is merely 'The establishing of a fact.'

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One can insult an honest man or an honest woman, but to tell a thief that he is a thief is merely 'The establishing of a fact.'