Zitate und Sprüche von Jane Welsh Carlyle

Jane Welsh Carlyle war die Frau des Historikers und Essayisten Thomas Carlyle. Sie erlangte Berühmtheit als Salonnière sowie durch ihre postum veröffentlichte Briefkorrespondenz und ihre Tagebücher.

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One of the main uses of a home is to stay in it, when one is too weak and spiritless for conforming, without effort, to the ways of other houses.

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'On earth the living have much to bear;' the difference is chiefly in the manner of bearing, and my manner of bearing is far from being the best.

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Does not a man physically tremble under the mere look of a wild beast or fellow-man that is stronger than himself? Does not a woman redden all over when she feels her lover's eyes on her? How then should one doubt the mysterious power of one individual over another?

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I do think there is much truth in the Young German idea that marriage is a shockingly immoral institution, as well as what we have long known it for - an extremely disagreeable one.

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Never does one feel oneself so utterly helpless as in trying to speak comfort for great bereavement. I will not try it. Time is the only comforter for the loss of a mother.

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