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" Every man knows his own, but not others' defects and miseries ; and 'tis the nature of all men still to reflect upon themselves, their own misfortunes, not to examine or consider other men's, not to confer themselves with others : to recount their miseries,... "
The Anatomy of Melancholy: What it Is, with All the Kinds, Causes, Symptomes ... - الصفحة 6
بواسطة Robert Burton - 1800
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Robert Burton - 1821
...go you to this, That side you ; why stand ye ? It's well as 'tis. • Every man knowes his own, bit not others defects and miseries; and 'tis the nature...of all men still to reflect upon themselves, their cram misfortunes, not to examine or consider other mens, not to confer themselves with others; to recount...

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...sir lawyer, A country gentleman ; go you to mis. That side you ; why stund ye ? It's well as 'tis. ь Every man knows his own, but not others defects and...own misfortunes, not to examine or consider other mens, not to confer themselves with others ; to recount their miseries, but not their good gifts, fortunes,...

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...reflect upon themselves, their own misfortunes," not to examine or consider other men's, not to compare themselves with others : To recount their miseries, but not their good gifts, fortunes, benefits, whicli they have, or ruminate on their adversity, but not once to think on their prosperity, not what...

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...lawyer A country gentlemen ; po you to [his. That side you ; why stand ye? It's well as' 'tis." Wu Every man knows his own, but not others' defects and...misfortunes," not to examine or consider other men's, not to compare themselves with others : To recount their miseries, but not their good gifts, fortunes, benefits,...




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