Marilyn French Quote

She turned, as always, to analysis, being a twentieth-century woman and so subject to the superstition that what the mind could understand couldn't any longer hurt the heart, that what the tongue could utter was in the hand's control.


The Bleeding Heart (1980)

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She turned, as always, to analysis, being a twentieth-century woman and so subject to the superstition that what the mind could understand couldn't...

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She turned, as always, to analysis, being a twentieth-century woman and so subject to the superstition that what the mind could understand couldn't...

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She turned, as always, to analysis, being a twentieth-century woman and so subject to the superstition that what the mind could understand couldn't...

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She turned, as always, to analysis, being a twentieth-century woman and so subject to the superstition that what the mind could understand couldn't...