Tuesday, April 01, 2008



Charles Lamb, Letter XIII (to Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Nov. 14, 1796):
But there is a monotony in the affections, which people living together or, as we do now, very frequently seeing each other, are apt to give in to: a sort of indifference in the expression of kindness for each other, which demands that we should sometimes call to our aid the trickery of surprise.

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