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1  'There can be no question of love,' mother writes.
Crime and Punishment By Fyodor Dostoevsky
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2  indeed, I liked her, though I was not in love with her.
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3  Perhaps it will all come back, but now if you love me, give me up.
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4  "Yet in their absence I seemed to love them so much," flashed through his mind.
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5  You love yourself and manage your own affairs properly and your coat remains whole.
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6  Science now tells us, love yourself before all men, for everything in the world rests on self-interest.
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7  "I love her more than anyone," Polenka answered with a peculiar earnestness, and her smile became graver.
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8  She married her first husband, an infantry officer, for love, and ran away with him from her father's house.
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9  You know how I love you; you are all we have to look to, Dounia and I, you are our all, our one hope, our one stay.
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10  "Yes, that is what I love him for," Razumihin, exaggerating it all, muttered to himself, with a vigorous turn in his chair.
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11  Love Dounia your sister, Rodya; love her as she loves you and understand that she loves you beyond everything, more than herself.
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12  Besides, as chance would have it, he saw Dounia for the first time transfigured by her love for her brother and her joy at meeting him.
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13  Well, let me tell you that I've no feeling of love now, not the slightest, so that I wonder myself indeed, for I really did feel something.
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14  The first category, generally speaking, are men conservative in temperament and law-abiding; they live under control and love to be controlled.
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15  I will confess something psychologically curious about that: just now, defending my love for Avdotya Romanovna, I said I was myself the victim.
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16  Assume that you are my first patient--well--we fellows just beginning to practise love our first patients as if they were our children, and some almost fall in love with them.
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17  The tavern, the degraded appearance of the man, the five nights in the hay barge, and the pot of spirits, and yet this poignant love for his wife and children bewildered his listener.
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18  Love for the future partner of your life, for your husband, ought to outweigh your love for your brother," he pronounced sententiously, "and in any case I cannot be put on the same level.
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19  I have considerable reason to believe that Marfa Petrovna, who was so unfortunate as to fall in love with him and to pay his debts eight years ago, was of service to him also in another way.
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20  Of course, there is no great love either on his side, or on hers, but Dounia is a clever girl and has the heart of an angel, and will make it her duty to make her husband happy who on his side will make her happiness his care.
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