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Monday, 28 February 2011

My Cousin Rachel (Chapter 14) - Daphne Du Maurier

“‘I don’t know what’s come over you,’ she said; ‘you are losing your sense of humour.’ And she patted me on the shoulder and went upstairs. That was the infuriating thing about a woman. Always the last word. Leaving one to grapple with ill-temper, and she herself serene. A woman, it seemed, was never in the wrong. Or if she was, she twisted the fault to her advantage, making it seem otherwise.”


  1. This is my favorite book ever! Thanks for posting! I'm hoping you'll post some Brontë quotes next! I love all things Brontë!

  2. Hi Melody! 'My Cousin Rachel' is such a gripping book! I will definately put up some Brontë treasures soon!!