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The French Lieutenant's Woman by John Fowles
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Mar 24, 08

bookshelves: heritage, fiction
Read in January, 2000

I can't remember how much I liked this book. But I think I did....

I loved this quote:

"I know my folly, my blindness to his real character, must seem to a stranger to my nature and circumstances at that time so great that it cannot be but criminal. I can’t hide that. Perhaps I always knew. Certainly some deep flaw in my soul wished my better self to be blinded. And then we had begun by deceiving. Such a path is difficult to reascend, once engaged upon."

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