Honoré de Balzac quote about woman from Letters of Two Brides (1841) - A husband who submits to his wife's yoke is justly held an object of ridicule. A woman's influence ought to be entirely concealed.
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Quotes by Honoré de Balzac · Quotes from Letters of Two Brides · Quotes about woman · Quotes about wife · Quotes about husband · Quotes about influence · Quotes about ridicule

A husband who submits to his wife's yoke is justly held an object of ridicule. A woman's influence ought to be entirely concealed.

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1841
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Translated by R. S. Scott
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Honoré de Balzac quote about woman from Letters of Two Brides (1841) - A husband who submits to his wife's yoke is justly held an object of ridicule. A woman's influence ought to be entirely concealed.
Honoré de Balzac quote about woman from Letters of Two Brides (1841) - A husband who submits to his wife's yoke is justly held an object of ridicule. A woman's influence ought to be entirely concealed.
Honoré de Balzac quote about woman from Letters of Two Brides (1841) - A husband who submits to his wife's yoke is justly held an object of ridicule. A woman's influence ought to be entirely concealed.
Honoré de Balzac quote about woman from Letters of Two Brides (1841) - A husband who submits to his wife's yoke is justly held an object of ridicule. A woman's influence ought to be entirely concealed.