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I suppose that you can learn a good deal about human nature in a solicitor's
office; but there on the whole you have to deal with men in full control of
themselves. They lie perhaps as much as they lie to the doctor, but they lie more
We know very little even of the persons we know most intimately; we do not know
them enough to transfer them to the pages of a book and make human beings of
them. People are too elusive, too shadowy, to be copied; and they are also too ...
When I have observed the peasantry in those favoured lands in which the earth
produces her plenty without excessive labour, where the pleasures and pains of
the individual are those incidental to the human race, it has seemed to me that ...
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