Mary Wollstonecraft Quote

We cannot, without depraving our minds, endeavour to please a lover or husband, but in proportion as he pleases us.


Posthumous Works, ed. by W. Godwin. - London, Johnson 1798 (ed. 1798)

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We cannot, without depraving our minds, endeavour to please a lover or husband, but in proportion as he pleases us.

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We cannot, without depraving our minds, endeavour to please a lover or husband, but in proportion as he pleases us.

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We cannot, without depraving our minds, endeavour to please a lover or husband, but in proportion as he pleases us.

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We cannot, without depraving our minds, endeavour to please a lover or husband, but in proportion as he pleases us.