George MacDonald quote about dilemma from Lilith - To be or not to be, is NOT the question!
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To be or not to be, is NOT the question!
 George MacDonald, Lilith (1895). copy citation

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Author George MacDonald
Source Lilith
Topic dilemma death life
Date 1895
Language English
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Weblink http://www.gutenberg.org/files/1640/1640-h/1640-h.htm

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“You should have loved me much, loved me devotedly, loved me savagely—loved me eternally! Then I should have tired of you the sooner, and not hated you so much afterward!—But let bygones be bygones!—WHERE are we? Locality is the question! To be or not to be, is NOT the question!»
«We are in the other world, I presume!»
«Granted!—but in which or what sort of other world? This can't be hell!»
«It must: there's marriage in it! You and I are damned in each other.»” source

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