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George Eliot, Adam Bede Quotes: Bodily haste and exertion usually leave our thoughts very much at the mercy of our feelings and imagination.
         

Bodily haste and exertion usually leave our thoughts very much at the mercy of our feelings and imagination.


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Bodily haste and exertion usually leave our thoughts very much at the mercy of our feelings and imagination.
         





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