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For, to make deserts, God, who rules mankind, Begins with kings, and ends the work by wind.
God created the coquette as soon as he had made the fool.
I didn't believe it could be so monstrous. It's wrong to be so absorbed in divine law as not to perceive human law. Death belongs to God alone. By what right do men tough that unknown thing?
It is God who makes woman beautiful, it is the devil who makes her pretty.
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February 26, 1802
May 22, 1885
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