Cornelius O'Dowd Upon Men and Women and Other Things in General (Classic Reprint)

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Excerpt from Cornelius O'dowd Upon Men and Women and Other Things in General

We are, in a word, far more Slaves to ourselves than we like to acknowledge; but I am decidedly inclined to believe that, on the whole, the servitude works well. N OW the house we live in for a number of years cannot fail to exert a great influence over us. The same places impress the same trains of thought, till at last we give ourselves up to a ritual, in which the drawing-room, the dining-room, and the study are the masters, and certain inanimate objects, on which we scarcely bestow a thought, become our impulses and our directors.

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