No Name Quotes.

1. "Nothing in this world is hidden forever. The gold which has lain for centuries unsuspected in the ground, reveals itself one day on the surface. Sand turns traitor, and betrays the footstep that has passed over it; water gives back to the tell-tale surface the body that has been drowned. Fire itself leaves the confession, in ashes, of the substance consumed in it. Hate breaks its prison-secrecy in the thoughts, through the doorway of the eyes; and Love finds the Judas who betrays it by a kiss. Look where we will, the inevitable law of revelation is one of the laws of nature: the lasting preservation of a secret is a miracle which the world has never yet seen."
- Wilkie Collins, No Name

2. "Lo que no está en mi corazón, no lo escribirá mi pluma."
- Wilkie Collins, No Name

3. "accustomed to lure him into speaking of himself. But she put them far less spontaneously, far less adroitly, than usual. Her one all-absorbing anxiety in entering that room was not an anxiety to be trifled with."
- Wilkie Collins, No Name

4. "expression—nothing"
- Wilkie Collins, No Name

5. "So do extremes meet; and such is sometimes the all-embracing capacity of the approval of a fool!"
- Wilkie Collins, No Name

6. "Here is one more book that depicts the struggle of a human creature, under those opposing influences of Good and Evil,"
- Wilkie Collins, No Name

7. "IT wanted little more than a fortnight to Christmas; but the weather showed no signs yet of the frost and snow, conventionally associated with the coming season. The atmosphere was unnaturally warm, and the old year was dying feebly in sapping rain and enervating mist."
- Wilkie Collins, No Name

8. "She put the Trust into her sister's hand. Magdalen took it from her mechanically. "You!" she said, looking at her sister with the remembrance of all that she had vainly ventured, of all that she had vainly suffered, at St. Crux—"you have found it!"
- Wilkie Collins, No Name

9. "There was genuine regret in his face as he showed her that trifling attention. He was a vagabond and a cheat; he had lived a mean, shuffling, degraded life, but he was human; and she had found her way to the lost sympathies in him which not even the self-profanation of a swindler's existence could wholly destroy. "Damn"
- Wilkie Collins, No Name

10. "Magdalen drew further and further back. A twig from a tree near caught her cloak; she turned petulantly, broke it off, and threw it on the ground. "What right have you to question me?" she broke out on a sudden. "Whether I like Frank, or whether I don't, what interest is it of yours?" As she said the words, she abruptly stepped forward to pass her sister and return to the house."
- Wilkie Collins, No Name

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