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A character in Sleeping Murder quotes the following: "I know a hundred ways of love, and each one makes the loved one rue." Does anyone know where the quote is originally from?

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Briar Rose Thanks everyone, Richa is right it's from an Emily Bronte poem:

"'I've known a hundred kinds of love;
⁠All made the loved one rue;
And what is thine that it should prove
⁠Than other love, more true? "
Sanjana Reddy I guess it’s from Burden by Agatha Christie
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