„She always camouflaged herself as a crowd. I've never been lonely, she said, but sometimes it's hard to think above the noise.“

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—  Jack White American musician and record producer 1975
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„I sometimes think she has no feeling at all; and then I go on till she cries — and that satisfies me.“

—  Anne Brontë, livro The Tenant of Wildfell Hall
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„A girl's coquetry is of the simplest, she thinks that all is said when the veil is laid aside; a woman's coquetry is endless, she shrouds herself in veil after veil, she satisfies every demand of man's vanity, the novice responds but to one.
And there are terrors, fears, and hesitations — trouble and storm in the love of a woman of thirty years, never to be found in a young girl's love. At thirty years a woman asks her lover to give her back the esteem she has forfeited for his sake; she lives only for him, her thoughts are full of his future, he must have a great career, she bids him make it glorious; she can obey, entreat, command, humble herself, or rise in pride; times without number she brings comfort when a young girl can only make moan.“

—  Honoré de Balzac, livro A Mulher de Trinta Anos
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