April 16, 2007 - 0 Comments

"Her temper being naturally good, she was never violent or morose, but frrom constant indulgence and habitual scorn of reason, she as often testy and capricious; her mind had never been cultivated . . . "

'Tilly, though she would have made a fine lad, was not quite what a young lady ought to be."

- Anne Bronte, Agnes Grey, 1847.


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