The Love Letters of Abelard and Heloise
J. M. Dent and Company, 1908 - 132 pages
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Abelard affection appear avoid beauty believe charms cloister comfort condition confess continually crime cruel dangerous dear death desire difficulty divine duty endeavour enemies engaged eyes fall father fear feel follow force forget gave give given glory grace grief hand happy hear heart Heaven Heloise holy hope imagination keep learning least leave less letters live longer look Lord lost lover marriage master means memory mind misfortunes nature never night occasion offered once ourselves pain Paraclete passed passion person pleasure present punishment raised reason received rest retirement rules saints separate severe sighs sinners sorrows soul speak suffer tears tell tender thee things thou thought tion took torments trouble turn virtue vows walls weakness weep whole wish woman write