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Rosalba Quotes

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“Bless you, my darling children! Now you are united and happy; and now you see what I said from the first, that a little misfortune has done you both good. YOU, Giglio, had you been bred in prosperity, would scarcely have learned to read or write - you would have been idle and extravagant, and could not have been a good king as now you will be. You, Rosalba, would have been so flattered, that your little head might have been turned like Angelica’s, who thought herself too good for Giglio.”
William Makepeace Thackeray
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The Rose and the Ring
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Giglio
Rosalba
Angelica
Fairy Blackstick
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children
blessings
flattery
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prosperity
good
to be happy
to read
misfortunes
to write
unite
scarcely
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“My good woman (for the Fairy was very familiar, and no more minded a Queen than a washerwoman)- my good woman, these people who are following you will be the first to turn against you; and as for this little lady, the best thing I can wish her is a LITTLE MISFORTUNE.”

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