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William Makepeace Thackeray
Feelings
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When you think that the eyes of your childhood dried at the
sight of a piece of gingerbread, and that a plum-cake was a
compensation for the agony of parting with your mamma and
sisters; O my friend and brother, you need not be too confident
of your own fine feelings.

("Vanity Fair")
 

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