Nathaniel Hawthorne Quote

What a sweet reverence is that when a young man deems his mistress a little more than mortal and almost chides himself for longing to bring her close to his heart.


The Complete Writings of Nathaniel Hawthorne: The marble faun, or The romance of Monte Beni (ed. 1900)

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What a sweet reverence is that when a young man deems his mistress a little more than mortal and almost chides himself for longing to bring her close ...

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What a sweet reverence is that when a young man deems his mistress a little more than mortal and almost chides himself for longing to bring her close ...

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What a sweet reverence is that when a young man deems his mistress a little more than mortal and almost chides himself for longing to bring her close ...

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What a sweet reverence is that when a young man deems his mistress a little more than mortal and almost chides himself for longing to bring her close ...