Jude the Obscure, by Thomas Hardy

Part Fifth β€” At Aldbrickham and Elsewhere

β€œThy aerial part, and all the fiery parts which are mingled in thee, though by nature they have an upward tendency, still in obedience to the disposition of the universe they are over-powered here in the compound mass of the body.”— M. ANTONINUS (Long).

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