Lost Love Letters : Letter Refusing To Marry
You want me to be just.
I am very just. What better proof of it can there be than that I’m not angry with you for dissuading me from marrying Mohan?
I don’t know what the matter with me is but I am not angry. I was when you began it but it has passed away.
Perhaps I ought to be angry but Mr. Mohan would not think so. I want to know everything. That’s what I like him for.
You have nothing to gain I know. I’ve never been as nice to you as a girl that you should have much reason for wishing me to remain so.
You give very good advice. You have often done so. I have always believed in your wisdom. Having caught a glimpse of the heroic line, I wish to advance in that direction.
I see you have some special idea. I should like very much to hear it. I’m sure it is disinterested. I feel that.
It seems strange to argue about it and, of course, I ought to tell you definitely that if you expect to dissuade me, you may give it up.
You will not move me an inch. It is too late.
As you say, I am caught.
Certainly it would not be pleasant for you to remember this. But your pain will be in your own thoughts.
I’ll never reproach you.
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