Anne Brontë, The Tenant Of Wildfell Hall Quotes
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If we can only speak to slander our betters, let us hold our tongues.
. . . you have blighted the promise of youth, and made my life a wilderness!
I see that a man cannot give himself up to drinking without being miserable one-half his days and mad the other.
A spirit of candor and frankness, when wholly unaccompanied with coarseness, headmired in others, but he could not acquire it himself.
Never! while heaven spares my reason, ’ replied I, snatching away the hand he had presumed to seize and press between his own.
But where hope rises, fear must lurk behind.
It’s well to have such a comfortable assurance regarding the worth of those we love. I only wish you may not find your confidence misplaced.
And so you prefer her faults to other people’s perfections?
How odd it is that we so often weep for each other’s distresses, when we shed not a tear for our own!
I wished to tell the truth, for truth always conveys its own moral to those who are able to receive it.
No one can be happy in eternal solitude.
There is perfect love in Heaven!
There's nothing like active employment, I suppose, to console the afflicted.
I’ll tell you a piece of news--I hope you have not heard it before: for good, bad, or indifferent, one always likes to be the first to tell.
God might awaken that heart, supine and stupefied with self-indulgence, and remove the film of sensual darkness from his eyes, but I could not.
She, however, attentively watched my looks, and her artist's pride was gratified, no doubt, to read my heartfelt admiration in my eyes.
He cannot endure Rachel, because he knows she has a proper appreciation of him.
I possess the faculty of enjoying the company of those I - of my friends as well in silence as in conversation.
If you would have a boy to despise his mother, let her keep him at home, and spend her life in petting him up, and slaving to indulge his follies and caprices.
If you would really study my pleasure, mother, you must consider your own comfort and convenience a little more than you do.
When a lady condescends to apologise, there is no keeping one’s anger.
My heart is too thoroughly dried to be broken in a hurry, and I mean to live as long as I can.
Two years hence you will be as calm as I am now, - and far, far happier, I trust, for you are a man and free to act as you please
. . . I should wish you to think more deeply, to look further, and aim higher than you do.
When I tell you not to marry without love, I do not advise you to marry for love alone - there are many, many other things to be considered.
Smiles and tears are so alike with me, they are neither of them confined to any particular feelings: I often cry when I am happy, and smile when I am sad.