W. Somerset Maugham about love (“The Moon and Sixpence”, 1919) - There is no cruelty greater than a woman's to a man who loves her and whom she does not love; she has no kindness then, no tolerance even, she has only an insane irritation.
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There is no cruelty greater than a woman's to a man who loves her and whom she does not love; she has no kindness then, no tolerance even, she has only an insane irritation.
 W. Somerset MaughamThe Moon and Sixpence (1919). copy citation

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