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"If vacillation dwell with the heart the soul will rue it. Shame and honour clash where the courage of a steadfast man is motley like the magpie. But such a man may yet make merry, for Heaven and Hell have equal part in him. Infidelity's friend is black all over and takes on a murky hue, while the man of loyal temper holds to the white."
Chap. 1, p. 15

"''Ishall have your kiss provided that these lords are kissed as well. If kings and princes are to be passed over I dare not ask it of you.'"
Gahmuret, Chap. 2, p. 52

"'Sire, you are now mine. You will find that I shall try to merit your favour and make you so happy that you will rise above your grief.'"
Queen Herzeloyde, Chap. 2, p. 58

"It saddens me that so many bear the name of woman. They all have the same...

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