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George Eliot, Middlemarch Quotes: If we had lost our own chief good, other people’s good would remain, and that is worth trying for.
         

If we had lost our own chief good, other people’s good would remain, and that is worth trying for.


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If we had lost our own chief good, other people’s good would remain, and that is worth trying for.
         





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