Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Les Miserables by Victor Hugo

"Gradually, they began to talk.  Overflow succeeded into silence, which is fulness...They confided to each other in an intimacy of the ideal, which even now nothing could have increased, all that was most hidden and most mysterious of themselves...These two hearts pored themselves out into each other, so that at the end of an hour, it was the young man who had the young girl's soul, and the young girl who had the soul of the young man."

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