Orson Scott Card Quote

He knew her too well to see her from the distance that pity requires. He loved her because he admired her. For bearing without complaint the burden the queen put on her. For still being gentle and loving when she had ample reason to be bitter.


Hart's Hope (1983)

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He knew her too well to see her from the distance that pity requires. He loved her because he admired her. For bearing without complaint the burden...

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He knew her too well to see her from the distance that pity requires. He loved her because he admired her. For bearing without complaint the burden...

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He knew her too well to see her from the distance that pity requires. He loved her because he admired her. For bearing without complaint the burden...

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He knew her too well to see her from the distance that pity requires. He loved her because he admired her. For bearing without complaint the burden...