“When he was present she had no eyes for anyone else. Everything he did was right. Everything he said was clever. If their evenings at the Park were concluded with cards, he cheated himself and all the rest of the party to get her a good hand. If dancing formed the amusement of the night, they were partners for half the time; and when obliged to separate for a couple of dances, were careful to stand together, and scarcely spoke a word to anybody else. Such conduct made them, of course, most exceedingly laughed at; but ridicule could not shame, and seemed hardly to provoke them.”
– Sense and Sensibility, Ch. 11


2 thoughts on “Love”

  1. Hi Christina,

    as I can see, you like Jane Austen. Well, Jane Austen was without doubt a great writer. And “Sense and Sensibilty” is a great novel.

    It seems that you have a good taste, maybe not only when it comes to the field of literature. Have a good time and live your life as you want to. It´s a right granted to you and all the other US-citizens by the preamble of the United States Declaration of Independence (July 4,1776).

    Yours, Klaus Gauger

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