Victor Hugo Quote

His universal compassion was due less to natural instinct, than to a profound conviction, a sum of thoughts that in the course of living had filtered through to his heart: for in the nature of man, as in rock, there may be channels hollowed by the dropping of water, and these can never be destroyed.


Les misérables (ed. Viking Pr, 1980)

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His universal compassion was due less to natural instinct, than to a profound conviction, a sum of thoughts that in the course of living had filtered ...

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His universal compassion was due less to natural instinct, than to a profound conviction, a sum of thoughts that in the course of living had filtered ...

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His universal compassion was due less to natural instinct, than to a profound conviction, a sum of thoughts that in the course of living had filtered ...

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His universal compassion was due less to natural instinct, than to a profound conviction, a sum of thoughts that in the course of living had filtered ...