“Who shall unravel the mystery of a woman's weeping? Who shall declare whether it is pain or a relief to the over-charged heart? . . . When love's burning finger touches the pulse, and marks its slow or rapid beatings. And Thelma wept, as many of her sex weep, without knowing why, save that all suddenly she felt herself most lonely and forlorn.”
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