For, among right-feeling and wellbred people, the inequality is kept as much as possible out of sight; above all, out of sight of the children.

Without taste, excepting of the lighter kind, for taste is the offspring of judgment, how can they discover that true beauty and grace must arise from the play of the mind? and how can they be expected to relish in a lover what they do not, or very imperfe

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