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Mardi: And a Voyage Thither, Vol. I (Of 2)

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And keeping house, asthey did, all alone by themselves, in that lonely craft, a marvel itis, that they should ever have quarreled. And then to divorce, andyet dwell in the same tenement, was only aggravating the evil. SoBelisarius and Antonina again came together. But now, grown wise byexperience, they neither loved over-keenly, nor hated; buttook things as they were; found themselves joined, without hope of asundering, and did what they could to make a match of the mate. Annatoo concluded that... Samoa was not wholly to be enslaved; and Samoathought best to wink at Annatoo's foibles, and let her purloin whenshe pleased.
But as in many cases, all this philosophy about wedlock is not proofagainst the perpetual contact of the parties concerned; and as it isfar better to revive the old days of courtship, when men's mouths arehoney-combs: and, to make them still sweeter, the ladies the beeswhich there store their sweets; when fathomless raptures glimmer fardown in the lover's fond eye; and best of all, when visits arealternated by absence: so, like my dignified lord duke and hisduchess, Samoa and Annatoo, man and wife, dwelling in the same house, still kept up their separate quarters.


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