Edith Wharton about lie (“The Age of Innocence”, 1920) - A lie by day, a lie by night, a lie in every touch and every look; a lie in every caress and every quarrel; a lie in every word and in every silence.
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A lie by day, a lie by night, a lie in every touch and every look; a lie in every caress and every quarrel; a lie in every word and in every silence.
 Edith WhartonThe Age of Innocence (1920). copy citation

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