The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty Quotes

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"'What is fear after all? It is indecision. You seek some way to resist, escape. There is none. Do not tense your limbs. It's wasted.'" p. 49

"'Now, if I have to seal your lips, the Prince will be very angry. You must resign yourself. You must accept. It is the hardest lesson, compared to which the pain is really nothing.'" p. 52

"'Beauty, Beauty,' he whispered, 'You have conquered me as surely as I have conquered you. Don't ever arouse my jealousy again. I don't know what I would do if you did it!'" p. 65

"'There is no end to it,' she thought, 'the ways of being humiliated.'" p. 91

"she loved their polished chests, the lean muscularity of their limbs, and above all, perhaps, the nobility of suffering in their handsome faces." p. 96

"'A common serving girl, slave,' she thought, more keenly than...

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