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" I don't agree with you. I think just the other way. I don't know whether I succeed in expressing myself, but I know that nothing else expresses me. Nothing that belongs to me is any measure of me; everything's on the contrary a limit, a barrier, and a... "
Uneasy Alliance: Twentieth-century American Literature, Culture and Biography - Page 18
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volume 43

1881
...friend into this bold analysis of the human personality. " I don't agree with you," she said. " I think just the other way. I don't know whether I succeed...me. Nothing that belongs to me is any measure of me ; on the contrary, it's a limit, a barrier, and a perfectly arbitrary one. Certainly, the clothes which,...
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The portrait of a lady, Volume 1

Henry James - 1881
...friend into this bold analysis of the human personality. "I don't agree with you," she said. "I think just the other way. I don't know whether I succeed...me. Nothing that belongs to me is any measure of me ; on the contrary, it's a limit, a barrier, and a perfectly arbitrary one. Certainly, the clothes which,...
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volume 43

1881
...nothing else expresses me. Nothing that belongs to me is any measure of me , on the contrary, it's a limit, a barrier, and a perfectly arbitrary one....which, as you say, I choose to wear, don't express me; and heaven forbid they should ! " "You dress very well," interposed Madame Merle, skilfully. " Possibly;...
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The Portrait of a Lady, Volume 1

Henry James - American fiction - 1882 - 520 pages
...friend into this bold analysis of the human personality. "I don't agree with you," she said. "I think just the other way. I don't know whether I succeed...me. Nothing that belongs to me is any measure of me ; on the contrary, it's a limit, a barrier, and a perfectly arbitrary one. Certainly, the clothes which,...
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The Portrait of a Lady, Volume 3

Henry James - 1908
...accompany her friend into this bold analysis of the human personality. "I don't agree with you. I think just the other way. I don't know whether I succeed...which, as you say, I choose to wear, don't express me; and heaven forbid they should!" "You dress very well," Madame Merle lightly interposed. "Possibly;...
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The Novels and Tales of Henry James, Volume 3

Henry James - 1908
...accompany her friend into this bold analysis of the human personality. "I don't agree with you. I think just the other way. I don't know whether I succeed...which, as you say, I choose to wear, don't express me; and heaven forbid they should!" "You dress very well," Madame Merle lightly interposed. " Possibly;...
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The Novels and Tales of Henry James, Volume 16

Henry James - Manners and customs - 1908
...accompany her friend into this bold analysis of the human personality. ^1 donT~agree Vs \ with you. I think just the other way. I don't know"., / whether I succeed in expressing myself, but I know ,' that nothing ejse expresses me. Nothing that belongs * to me is any measure of me; everything's on the contrary...
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Handbook of American Folklore

Richard Mercer Dorson - Social Science - 1986 - 584 pages
...words that could as easily have been uttered by any one of the robber barons of the Gilded Age, that "Nothing that belongs to me is any measure of me;...limit, a barrier, and a perfectly arbitrary one." The same image can also be perceived in the assumption so many people shared with William Gilpin, first...
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The Freudian Body: Psychoanalysis and Art

Leo Bersani - Psychology - 1986 - 126 pages
...the relation between the self and its "cluster of appurtenances": "I don't agree with you. I think just the other way. I don't know whether I succeed...which, as you say. I choose to wear, don't express me; and heaven forbid they should!" "You dress very well," Madame Merle lightly interposed. "Possible;...
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American Vision: The Films of Frank Capra

Raymond Carney - History - 1986 - 510 pages
...accompany her friend into this bold analysis of human personality. "I don't agree with you. I think it is just the other way. I don't know whether I succeed...which, as you say, I choose to wear, don't express me; and heaven forbid they should!" "You dress very well," Madame Merle lightly interposed. "Possibly;...
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