Thomas Hardy about marriage (“Far from the Madding Crowd”, 1874) - Marriage transforms a distraction into a support, the power of which should be, and happily often is, in direct proportion to the degree of imbecility it supplants.
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Marriage transforms a distraction into a support, the power of which should be, and happily often is, in direct proportion to the degree of imbecility it supplants.
 Thomas HardyFar from the Madding Crowd (1874). copy citation

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