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Thomas Hardy, The Mayor Of Casterbridge Quotes: "I won't be a slave to the past. I'll love where I choose."

I won't be a slave to the past. I'll love where I choose.




Thomas Hardy, The Mayor Of Casterbridge Quotes: "She had been too early habituated to anxious reasoning to drop the habit suddenly."

She had been too early habituated to anxious reasoning to drop the habit suddenly.



Thomas Hardy, The Mayor Of Casterbridge Quotes: "It was part of his nature to extenuate nothing and live on as one of his own worst accusers."

It was part of his nature to extenuate nothing and live on as one of his own worst accusers.



Thomas Hardy, The Mayor Of Casterbridge Quotes: "Happiness was but the occasional episode in a general drama of pain."

Happiness was but the occasional episode in a general drama of pain.




Thomas Hardy, The Mayor Of Casterbridge Quotes: "She seemed to be occupied with of inner chamber of ideas and to have slight need for visible objects."

She seemed to be occupied with of inner chamber of ideas and to have slight need for visible objects.



Thomas Hardy, The Mayor Of Casterbridge Quotes: "She had learned the lesson of renunciation and was as familiar with the wreck of each day's wishes as with the diurnal setting of the sun."

She had learned the lesson of renunciation and was as familiar with the wreck of each day's wishes as with the diurnal setting of the sun.





Thomas Hardy, The Mayor Of Casterbridge Quotes: "Fundamental belief consoled him for superficial irony."

Fundamental belief consoled him for superficial irony.



Thomas Hardy, The Mayor Of Casterbridge Quotes: "Though when at home their countenances varied with the seasons, their market faces all the year round were glowing little fires."

Though when at home their countenances varied with the seasons, their market faces all the year round were glowing little fires.



Thomas Hardy, The Mayor Of Casterbridge Quotes: "If she had not been imprudence incarnate, she would not have acted as she did when she met Henchard by accident a day or two later."

If she had not been imprudence incarnate, she would not have acted as she did when she met Henchard by accident a day or two later.