Little Dorrit Quotes

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Part One, Chapter I, Page 26, Rigaud:
"When a wife's relations interpose against a husband who is a gentleman, who is proud, and who must govern, the consequences are inimicable to peace."

Part One, Chapter II, Page 39, Miss Wade:
"In our course through life we shall meet the people who are coming to meet us, from many strange places and by many strange roads" was the composed reply; "and what it is set to us to do to them, and what it is set to them to do to us, will all be done."

Part One, Chapter VII, Page 88, Amy Dorrit:
"Nothing—whatever it is—seems to have done anybody much good who comes here," she returned with all simplicity." "But I want to learn all the same."

Part One, Chapter IX, Page 111, Narrator:
Little Dorrit seemed the least, the quietest, and weakest of Heaven's creatures.

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