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Charlotte Bronte was not reknowned for her Mornington Crescent ability. Indeed, her continued frustration and inability to grasp even the simplest traditions of the game became a major influence on her life and work. Her novels of subtle rebellion against the social mores of her age are in many ways a direct result of her departures from game rules.
Charlotte Bronte was not reknowned for her Mornington Crescent ability. Indeed, her continued frustration and inability to grasp even the simplest traditions of the game became a major influence on her life and work. Her novels of subtle rebellion against the social mores of her age are in many ways a direct result of her departures from game rules.

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Perhaps this quote best sums up her attitude to the game and, consequently, life in general: "Life is so constructed that an event does not, cannot, will not, match the expectation."
Perhaps this quote best sums up her attitude to the game and, consequently, life in general: "Life is so constructed that an event does not, cannot, will not, match the expectation."



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