Mary Shelley about sorrow (“Frankenstein”, 1818) - It is also a duty owed to yourself, for excessive sorrow prevents improvement or enjoyment, or even the discharge of daily usefulness, without which no man is fit for society.
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It is also a duty owed to yourself, for excessive sorrow prevents improvement or enjoyment, or even the discharge of daily usefulness, without which no man is fit for society.
 Mary ShelleyFrankenstein (1818). copy citation

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