Thomas Hardy Quote

Moreover she, and Clare also, stood as yet on the debatable land between predilection and love; where no profundities have been reached; no reflections have set in, awkwardly inquiring, "Whither does this new current tend to carry me? What does it mean to my future? How does it stand towards my past?"


Phase the Third: The Rally, ch. XX - Tess of the d'Urbervilles (1891)

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Moreover she, and Clare also, stood as yet on the debatable land between predilection and love; where no profundities have been reached; no...

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Moreover she, and Clare also, stood as yet on the debatable land between predilection and love; where no profundities have been reached; no...

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Moreover she, and Clare also, stood as yet on the debatable land between predilection and love; where no profundities have been reached; no...

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Moreover she, and Clare also, stood as yet on the debatable land between predilection and love; where no profundities have been reached; no...