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1  Something dreadful about marriage.
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2  If so, marriage should be thought of.
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3  You know I am not a champion of marriage.
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4  It might be a most brilliant marriage for Sibyl.
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5  The real drawback to marriage is that it makes one unselfish.
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6  Still, there are certain temperaments that marriage makes more complex.
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7  The poor chap was killed in a duel at Spa a few months after the marriage.
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8  Besides, every experience is of value, and whatever one may say against marriage, it is certainly an experience.
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9  As for marriage, of course that would be silly, but there are other and more interesting bonds between men and women.
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10  He could not bear this marriage, and yet it seemed to him to be better than many other things that might have happened.
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11  You seem to forget that I am married, and the one charm of marriage is that it makes a life of deception absolutely necessary for both parties.
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