William Makepeace Thackeray quote about love from Vanity Fair (1847) - Some cynical Frenchman has said that there are two parties to a love-transaction: the one who loves and the other who condescends to be so treated.
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Some cynical Frenchman has said that there are two parties to a love-transaction: the one who loves and the other who condescends to be so treated.

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1847
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Vanity Fair, Chapter XIII
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William Makepeace Thackeray quote about love from Vanity Fair (1847) - Some cynical Frenchman has said that there are two parties to a love-transaction: the one who loves and the other who condescends to be so treated.
William Makepeace Thackeray quote about love from Vanity Fair (1847) - Some cynical Frenchman has said that there are two parties to a love-transaction: the one who loves and the other who condescends to be so treated.
William Makepeace Thackeray quote about love from Vanity Fair (1847) - Some cynical Frenchman has said that there are two parties to a love-transaction: the one who loves and the other who condescends to be so treated.
William Makepeace Thackeray quote about love from Vanity Fair (1847) - Some cynical Frenchman has said that there are two parties to a love-transaction: the one who loves and the other who condescends to be so treated.