Tea Table Talk

Tea Table Talk

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Tea Table Talk

Tea Table Talk

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To the same person one is bound, more or less, to repeat one's self."

"Or from different lovers to the same correspondent," suggested the Philosopher.

"It would be interesting to observe the response of various temperaments exposed to an unvaried influence. It would throw light on the vexed question whether the qualities that adorn our beloved are her own, or ours lent to her for the occasion. Would the same woman be addressed as 'My Queen!' by one correspondent, and as 'Dear Popsy Wopsy!' by another, or would she to all her lovers be herself?"

"You might try it," I suggested to the Woman of the World, "selecting, of course, only the more interesting."

"It would cause so much unpleasantness, don't you think?" replied the Woman of the World. "Those I left out would never forgive me. It is always so with people you forget to invite to a funeral -- they think it is done with deliberate intention to slight them."

"The first love-letter I ever wrote," said . . .

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