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|What is broken is broken — and I'd rather remember it as it was at its best than |
mend it and see the broken places as long as 1 lived. ... 22 I hated her now with a
hatred more fatal than indifference because it was the other side of love. ).
|O'Brien, Edna In a separation it is the one who is not really in loved who says the |
more tender things. - Proust ... Stendhal, Henri B. I hated her now with a hatred
more fatal than indifference because it was the other side of love. - Strindberg, J.
|Strindberg, J. August In the old days, one married a wife; now one forms a |
company with a female partner, or moves in to ... Strindberg, J. August I hated her
now with a hatred more fatal than indifference because it was the other side of
|10 I hated her now with a hatred more fatal than indifference because it was the |
other side of love. It grew there in hiding to such an extent that I am tempted to
formulate an axiom: I hated her because I loved her. It was on a Sunday, while
|A large if not major part of your identity throughout your marriage had been |
derived from being a wife or husband. This can be a ... "I hated her now with a
hatred more fatal than indifference because it was the other side of love. " — J.
|A New Translation From The French By Marion Wiesel Night is Elie Wiesel’s masterpiece, a candid, horrific, and deeply poignant autobiographical account of his survival as a teenager in the Nazi death camps.|
|A singer, gifted as herself, had enticed her from her intended husband and had |
married her. ... The indulgence of any great passion, even envy, hatred, or regret,
becomes eventually a source of intense delight; and the more so, the more this ...
|Mary O'Gorman — or as I am ashamed to say, Mary Ogreman, as she chose to |
anglicise her name — stumbled a great deal over ... with their deep-brown, or
grey- green eyes, seem to say with mute eloquence, " We know you, you love us
and we love you. ... but the other side might have belonged to another dog ; there
was a split in her upper lip, directly over one of the whitest and most ... Bizz
disdained conventionalities, she would not wag her tail because other dogs
|Her health is not exactly threatened, but her color has vanished, her cheerfulness |
is gone, and people say, " here is another girl pining away. ... These words were
a summing up of all the passionate contempt which unrequited love, wounded
dignity, crushed hopes, and violated honor may engender. Up to that fatal ... She
began to hate Marchal as energetically as she had loved him. Now, according to
our customs, an honest girl is no more authorized to show her hatred than her
|She reads, she thinks, she weeps, she tries her piano, works at some tapestry, |
dances in the evening with the young men from town, ... Her health is not exactly
threatened, but her colour has vanished, her cheerfulness is gone, and people
say : — □' There is another girl pining away. ... Up to that fatal moment she had
endeavoured to justify that man ; she had still hoped in him. Her ... Now,
according to our customs, an honest girl is no more authorized to show her
hatred than her love.