Edith Wharton quote about truth from The Age of Innocence (1920) - A woman's standard of truthfulness was tacitly held to be lower: she was the subject creature, and versed in the arts of the enslaved.
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A woman's standard of truthfulness was tacitly held to be lower: she was the subject creature, and versed in the arts of the enslaved.

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Edith Wharton quote about truth from The Age of Innocence (1920) - A woman's standard of truthfulness was tacitly held to be lower: she was the subject creature, and versed in the arts of the enslaved.
Edith Wharton quote about truth from The Age of Innocence (1920) - A woman's standard of truthfulness was tacitly held to be lower: she was the subject creature, and versed in the arts of the enslaved.
Edith Wharton quote about truth from The Age of Innocence (1920) - A woman's standard of truthfulness was tacitly held to be lower: she was the subject creature, and versed in the arts of the enslaved.
Edith Wharton quote about truth from The Age of Innocence (1920) - A woman's standard of truthfulness was tacitly held to be lower: she was the subject creature, and versed in the arts of the enslaved.
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