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1. It needs time and care to get to know a man. (P44)

2. He is a man of intelligence, but to act sensibly, intelligence is not enough. (P249)

3.It is in just such stupid things clever people are most easily caught. The more cunning a man is, the less he suspects that he will be caught in a simple thing. The more cunning a man is, the simpler the trap he must be caught in. (P286)

4. But a sensible woman and a jealous woman are two very different things, and that's where the trouble came in. (P498)

5. And if once a girl's heart is moved to pity, it's more dangerous than anything. She is bound to want to "save him", to bring him to his senses, and lift him up and draw him to nobler aims, to restore him to new life and usefulness, — well, we all know how far such dreams can go. (P 500)

6. The most powerful weapon in the subjection of the femal heart, a weapon which never fails one. It's the well-known resource — flattery. Nothing in the world is harder than speaking the truth and nothing easier than flattery. If there's the hundredth part of a false note in speaking the truth, it leads to a discord, and that leads to trouble. But if all, to the last note, is false in flattery, it is just as agreeable, and is heard not without satisfaction. (P501)

7. All my tactics lay in simply being utterly annihilated and prostrate before her purity. I flattered her shamelessly, and as soon as I succeeded in getting a pressure of the hand, even a glance from her, I would reproach myself for having snatched it by force, and would declare that she had resisted, so that I could never have gained anything but for my being so unprincipled. I maintained that she was so innocent that she could not forsee my treachery, and yielded to me unconsciously, unawares, and so on. In fact, I triumphed, while my lady remained firmly convinced that she was innocent, chaste, and faithful to all her duties and obligations and had succumbed quite by accident. And how angry she was with me when I explained to her at last that it was my sincere conviction that she was just as eager as I. Poor Marfa Petrovna was awfully weak on the side of flattery, and if I had only cared to, I might have had all her property settled on me during her lifetime.(P502)

8. There's no knowing who's a gentleman and who isn't nowadays. (P555)

9. But that is the beginning of a new story — the story of the gradual renewal of a man, the story of his gradual regeneration, of his passing from one world into another, of his initiation into a new unknown life. (P578)

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