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1. "O paciente precisa aprender a distinguir o eu do não-eu, isto é, da psique coletiva. Assim, adquire o material com que vai ter que se haver daí em diante e por muito tempo ainda. A energia antes aplicada de forma inaproveitável, patológica, encontra seu campo apropriado! Para diferenciar o eu do não-eu é indispensável que o homem — na função de eu — se conserve em terra firme, isto é, cumpra seu deverem relação à vida e, em todos os sentidos, manifesta sua vitalidade comomembro ativo da sociedade humana. Tudo quanto deixar de fazer nesse sentido cairá no inconsciente e reforçará a posição do mesmo. E ainda por cima ele se arrisca a ser engolido pelo inconsciente. Essa infração, porém, éseveramente punida."
Author: C.G. Jung
2. "Keep your hands off me." She spoke viciously, through her teeth, and he caught a glimpse of her deVere ancestry. She was a virago in tiny, fragile, fairy form."
Author: Christina Brooke
3. "Apartman u kojem je Devereux Warren spokojno slabio i gasnuo bio je jednako velik kao i onaj senora Parda y Cuidad Reala - u ovom je hotelu bilo mnogo soba u kojima imucne ruine, bjegunci pred pravdom, pretendenti na prijestolju razvlaštenih državica, žive na derivatima opijuma ili barbitola, vjecno slušajuci neizbježan radio, surove napjeve starih grijeha. Ovaj kutak Europe ne privlaci toliko ljude, koliko ih prihvaca bez neugodnih pitanja."
Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald
4. "Pray, what's the nature of his trouble?" Prudence asked solicitously."Oh, cursed bad news, my boy. That old aunt of his from whom he has expectations has rallied, and they say she'll last another ten years. Poor old Devereux, y'know! Must try and raise his spirits."
Author: Georgette Heyer
5. "Sir Beldevere: What makes you think she's a witch? Peasant 3: Well, she turned me into a newt! Sir Beldevere: A newt? Peasant 3: [meekly after a long pause] ... I got better. Crowd: [shouts] Burn her anyway!"
Author: Graham Chapman
6. "In all honesty I really do like my name. Chase Alexander Devereaux. I think if there's one thing that my mom did right, it was picking out a unique, cool-sounding name for her kid. Sometimes I really wish I was as cool looking as my name though, or that I didn't always act like such a fag."
Author: Jeff Erno
7. "Sir Bedevere: "Tell me, what do you do with witches?" Crowd: "Burn, burn them up!" Sir Bedevere: "And what do you burn apart from witches?" Villager: "More witches!"
Author: Monty Python And The Holy Grail
8. "I do not grieve for him as a wife, as Anne Devereux has grieved for her husband William Herbert. She promised him she would never remarry, she swore she would go to her grave hoping to meet him in heaven. I suppose they were in some sort of love, thought married by contract. I suppose they found some sort of passion in their marriage. It is rare but not impossible. I do hope that they have no given my son ideas about loving his wife; a man who is to be king can marry only for advantage. A woman of sense would marry only for the improvement of her family. Only a lustful fool dreams every night of a marriage of love."
Author: Philippa Gregory
9. "Não basta amar alguém. É preciso amar com coragem. É peciso amar de tal modo que nenhum ladrão, ou má intenção, ou lei, lei divina ou deste mundo, possa seja o que for contra esse amor. Não nos amámos com coragem...foi esse o mal. E a culpa é tua, porque a coragem dos homens é ridícula em matéria de amor. É trabalho vosso, o amor...Só nisso sois grandes. Foi aí que falhaste, e, contigo, falhou tudo o que poderiam ter sido as nossas obrigações, os deveres e sentido da vida. Não é verdade que os homens sejam responsáveis pelo seu amor. Deveis ser vós a amar heroicamente."
Author: Sándor Márai
10. "What is your name, my pet?""Kitty," she replied.DeVere threw back his head with a guffaw. "Kitty? How delightfully apropos!" His erstwhile companions forgotten, he patted a muscular thigh. "Come then, Kitty, my sweet, little puss. Sit on your master's lap, and I'll stroke you 'till you purr."-A WILD NIGHT'S BRIDE"
Author: Victoria Vane
11. "DeVere smiled. "A mistress is a fine thing, Ned, but a married mistress with a compacent husband is the very best bargain. They cost far less tokeep, make fewer demands, and should any inconvenient package arrive, it may easily be presented to the cuckold, an altogether neat arrangement."
Author: Victoria Vane
12. "You think Diana would come to your bed?" Ned threw his head back and laughed. "You're mad! First of all, she would never break her marriage vows. Secondly, she's certainly deduced by now what a whoremonger you are. She wouldn't touch you with gloves, my friend." from THE DEVIL YOU KNOW (DEVIL DEVERE book #3)"
Author: Victoria Vane
13. "Hang you, DeVere! She's a close friend, nothing more." He furrowed his brow once again. "Though I do fear of late that she entertains some...expectations.""You think the young widow may aspire to quite another surrogate role? They all do, ol' chap. Expectations and demands—titles, money, time, attention. The female half of the species are little better than vampires, sucking away one's very lifeblood."
Author: Victoria Vane

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