Thursday 16th October 2014

George Eliot
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Text of the day: “But the first thing I must impress on you is that my conclusions are doubly uncertain — uncertain not only because of my fallibility, but because diseases of the heart are eminently difficult to found predictions on. In any case, one can hardly increase appreciably the tremendous uncertainty of life.” (Lydgate in George Eliot’s Middlemarch)

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