Well brought-up youths in the higher classes thus often escape the bad influences of the situation in their early years, and only experience them when, arrived at manhood, they fall under the dominion of facts as they really exist.

I mean every personal respect–the modest respect of humanity and fellow-feeling–not the libidinous mockery of gallantry, nor the insolent condescension of protectorship.

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