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" Therefore, do not flatter yourself that separation will ever change my sentiments; for I find myself unquiet in the midst of silence, and my heart is at once pierced with sorrow and love. For Heaven's sake, tell me what has caused this prodigious change... "
Journal of Psychological Medicine - Page 360
1849
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Letters and Journals of Jonathan Swift

Jonathan Swift - 1885 - 292 pages
...only seated in my soul ; for there is not a single atom in my frame that is not blended with it. ... For Heaven's sake tell me what has caused this prodigious...late. If you have the least remains of pity for me, tell it me tenderly. No — do not tell it so that it may cause my present death : and do not suffer...
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Letters and Journals of Jonathan Swift

Jonathan Swift - 1885 - 292 pages
...in my soul ; for there is not a single atom in my frame that is not blended with it. ... For Heaven? sake tell me what has caused this prodigious change...late. If you have the least remains of pity for me, tell it me tenderly. No — do not tell it so that it may cause my present death : and do not suffer...
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English Letters and Letterwriters of the Eighteenth Century: With ...

Jonathan Swift, Alexander Pope - 1886 - 552 pages
...passion which I have for you. . . . For heaven's sake tell me what bus caused this prodigious change on you, which I have found of late. If you have the least remains of pity for me left, tell mo tenderly. No, don't tell it, so that it may cause my present death!" And again she assures him:—"Were...
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The Prose Works of Jonathan Swift, Volume 1

Jonathan Swift - 1897 - 428 pages
...blended with it. Therefore do not flatter yourself that separation will ever change my sentiments. . . . For Heaven's sake tell me what has caused this prodigious change in you, which I have found of late." " I was born with violent passions which terminate all in one, that inexpressible passion I have for...
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A Tale of a Tub: The Battle of the Books, and Other Early Works

Jonathan Swift - 1907 - 334 pages
...blended with it. Therefore do not flatter yourself that separation will ever change my sentiments. . . . For Heaven's sake tell me what has caused this prodigious change in you, which I have found of late." " I was born with violent passions which terminate all in one, that inexpressible passion I have for...
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