Letitia Elizabeth Landon Quote

I speak of my own feelings—I can judge
Of others but by outward show, and that
Is falser than the actor's studied part.
We dress our words and looks in borrow'd robes:
The mind is as the face—for who goes forth
In public walks without a veil at least?


A History of the Lyre - The Venetian Bracelet (1829)

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I speak of my own feelings—I can judge Of others but by outward show, and that Is falser than the actor's studied part. We dress our words and...

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I speak of my own feelings—I can judge Of others but by outward show, and that Is falser than the actor's studied part. We dress our words and...

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I speak of my own feelings—I can judge Of others but by outward show, and that Is falser than the actor's studied part. We dress our words and...

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I speak of my own feelings—I can judge Of others but by outward show, and that Is falser than the actor's studied part. We dress our words and...